Join us as we celebrate our grassroots organization during Farm Bureau Week Feb. 15-19!
The weeklong celebration provides county organizations the opportunity to share Farm Bureau throughout their community.
Farm Bureau works to share the voice of farmers and ranchers across the state from the halls of the Oklahoma’s Capitol building to the steps of Washington, D.C.
We will be hosting giveaways on Facebook, highlighting the advantages of being a Farm Bureau member, and much more!
Stay tuned all week to our Facebook page and website while we feature all the organization does for farmers and ranchers across the state.
Make sure to keep a close eye on our Facebook page next as we have some exciting giveaways to celebrate Farm Bureau Week, a time to celebrate our grassroots efforts throughout the state.
For full giveaway rules, visit okfb.news/FBWeekGive.
Livestock sorting paddle, $50 Atwoods gift card, Carhartt beanie, OKFB member license plate cover and OKFB member bumper stickers
Hard-top cooler with ice pack, $50 Tractor Supply gift card, Carhartt beanie, OKFB member license plate cover and OKFB member bumper stickers
OKFB membership for a year, $75 Atwoods gift card, two $20 Dungarees gift cards, OKFB 75th anniversary book, 2021 OKFB calendar, OKFB cups, OKFB member license plate cover and OKFB member bumper stickers
Though events may look different this year, the weeklong event allows county Farm Bureaus to promote all of the work the grassroots organizations does for farmers and ranchers across the state.
Does your county still need ideas to celebrate Farm Bureau? Here are five ways to participate in Farm Bureau Week.
Below are a few events counties are hosting throughout the week. To have your county’s events featured, contact Rebekah Nash at (405) 523-2300
Kay County Farm Bureau will serve coffee at their county livestock show throughout the week. The county will also be hosting a drawing for carbon monoxide and smoke detectors at the county and satellite office. Kay County Farm Bureau will meet with Kay County Commissioners to proclaim Feb. 15-19 “Farm Bureau Week” throughout Kay County.
Kingfisher County Farm Bureau board of director and Women’s Leadership Committee will be sponsoring a luncheon for county courthouse employees on Feb. 18. The county will meet with the Kingfisher County Commissioners to declare Feb. 15-19 “Farm Bureau Week.”
Okmulgee County Farm Bureau is hosting an essay contest for middle school and high school students for more information about the contest visit the county’s Facebook page. The county met with the Okmulgee County Commissioners to declare Feb. 15-19 “Farm Bureau Week.”
Payne County Farm Bureau is hosting coloring and photo contests throughout the week, and the county is also accepting nominations for teachers to receive a basket of books. Payne County will be hosting an Open House on Friday, Feb. 19 from 3-6 p.m. at the county office.
Advantages of being a Farm Bureau member
Through our various conferences and our member-led committees, Oklahoma Farm Bureau provides members with a host of opportunities to meet, network and learn from fellow farmers and ranchers across the state.
As a member, you have the power to make a difference in the policy decisions that affect your farm, ranch and rural community! OKFB’s grassroots policy is written and approved by producers in all 77 Oklahoma counties, allowing our organization to bring the voices of farmers and ranchers to the state Capitol and all the way to Washington, D.C.
Farm Bureau members are passionate about investing in the future of agriculture and rural Oklahoma. Oklahoma Farm Bureau is proud to support opportunities for our state’s agricultural youth through a variety of conferences, scholarships and leadership development programs.
Being a member doesn’t only support family farmers, ranchers and rural communities; it unlocks more than 45 benefit programs to save you money! From offers on vehicles to discounts wherever you travel and from products for your home to insurance products back by home-town service, there’s some way for most anyone to save money through an OKFB membership.
As farmers and ranchers labor to grow the food, fiber and fuel on which our world depends, Oklahoma Farm Bureau works to share the story of agriculture and rural Oklahoma across the state.