Join Kay County Farm Bureau
County Dues: $41
Visit Kay County Farm Bureau to join Farm Bureau in person. For questions or to learn more, call 580-363-3490.
You can pay your membership dues at your county office by check, cash or credit card.
Join Kay County Farm Bureau online using our online membership portal. When you join online, you can pay your membership dues with a credit card using our secure online portal. When joining online, a $2 convenience fee is charged.
Kay County Farm Bureau board of directors
Stacy Simunek • Ponca City
Charlie Brandon • Newkirk
Garrett Haskins • Braman
Billy Steichen • Ponca City
Justin Jeffries • Newkirk
Jason Schneeberger • Ponca City
Lyman Urban • Blackwell
Darlene Engelking • Ponca City
Jim Hinton • Newkirk
Kay County Farm Bureau county office is located in Blackwell with a satellite office in Ponca City. Kay County’s population as of 2010 census is 46,562, with more than 1,950 Farm Bureau member families.
Historic attractions in Kay County include the Miller Brothers 101 Ranch, E.W. Marland Mansion and Grand Home, Pioneer Woman Statue and Museum, Poncan Theatre and Wentz Camp.
Wheat, cattle, hay, soybeans, corn and milo lead the way for agriculture in the county.
The Kay County Farm Bureau and the Women’s Leadership Committee are active in local legislative updates, Kay County Healthy Living Coalition Coalition, community safety programs and host a defensive driving course through the OKFB Safety Services Program.
Additionally, they sponsor many events throughout the community such as local Our Food Link activities, the Kay County Jr. Livestock Show, the Kay County Free Fair 4-H horse show, tractor driving contest and the state 4-H horse show, the Kay County 4-H Achievement Banquet, and offer two $500.00 scholarships to county graduating high school seniors.
The Kay County Farm Bureau Women’s Leadership Committee supports the OKFB Women’s Leadership Committee’s Nurses Training Scholarship, Farm City Festival, and the Oklahoma Farm Bureau Foundation for Agriculture’s Bushel’s for Book’s program.
We appreciate all the opportunities our Oklahoma State Farm Bureau gives us to be informed and interact with them for our state.