How to become an Oklahoma Farm Bureau member
Joining Oklahoma Farm Bureau is easy! Join online using our new member sign-up portal and pay your dues with a credit card, or you can join in-person at any county Farm Bureau office to pay with check, cash or credit card.
An Oklahoma Farm Bureau membership comes with a wide array of member benefits, including special discounts on a variety of products and services. And of course, your Farm Bureau membership supports agriculture in your local community and around our state in a variety of ways.
Two ways to join
Join online now using our new member sign-up portal and apply for a Farm Bureau membership in the county of your choice. 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.
Existing Farm Bureau members: Use the “Renew your Farm Bureau membership” link to renew your membership. Using the “Join” link will not renew your Oklahoma Farm Bureau membership.
Visit your local county Farm Bureau office to join Farm Bureau in-person. Your county Farm Bureau staff can guide you through the process of completing the membership application and can process your dues payment. County Farm Bureaus accept dues payments in the form of check, cash or credit card. Find your nearest county Farm Bureau office with our online county directory.
Who can be an Oklahoma Farm Bureau member?
No matter if you farm, ranch, work for an agribusiness or if you live in a town or city and simply enjoy the fruits of our family farmers’ and ranchers’ labor, you can join Oklahoma Farm Bureau and help ensure a bright future for all Oklahomans.
Oklahoma Farm Bureau memberships come in two types: voting and associate.
Voting members earn the majority of their income from production agriculture. Each county Farm Bureau decides on the qualifications that make a voting member in their county. Mainly consisting of farmers and ranchers, our voting members create, vote on and enact our grassroots policy positions each and every year. Voting members can be county Farm Bureau board members and hold seats on our statewide committees.
Associate members do not earn the majority of their income from production agriculture, but join with Oklahoma Farm Bureau to play a vital role in supporting our advocacy efforts for family farmers and ranchers. Nonvoting members receive the same member benefits voting members have, including access to Oklahoma Farm Bureau Insurance products and a variety of discounts and money-saving benefits.