Oklahoma Farm Bureau members are farmers. They are ranchers. They are members of our rural and urban communities throughout the state.
Farm Bureau members are local leaders. They serve on school boards, support small-town events and activities, and they reach out to their neighbors to help in times of need.
You will find Oklahoma Farm Bureau members raising food, fiber and fuel each and every day on farms and ranches. However, you’ll also find them serving in the Oklahoma legislature and leading businesses on main street.
Farm Bureau members believe in the future of agriculture – and in the power of speaking with one voice to accomplish a common goal.
Join Oklahoma Farm Bureau members in all 77 Oklahoma Counties and become an Oklahoma Farm Bureau member today.
Working together to make Oklahoma better is just one reason we say We are rural Oklahoma.
Who can be an Oklahoma Farm Bureau member?
Whether you live in downtown Ochelata or in midtown Oklahoma City, you can join with fellow Oklahomans who support agriculture and our rural way of life.
You don’t have to be a farmer or a rancher to join. Maybe you have fond memories of your grandparents’ farm and want to support the farm families who still care for the land. Or perhaps you want to help ensure that our rural communities stay vibrant through Oklahoma Farm Bureau’s advocacy efforts. Even if you just want to join to receive the many benefits a Farm Bureau membership provides, we are proud to call Oklahomans from all walks of life Oklahoma Farm Bureau members.
Join today to help support Oklahoma agriculture and enjoy the benefits of an Oklahoma Farm Bureau membership.
Voting members earn the majority of their income from production agriculture. 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. Oklahoma Farm Bureau voting members are the foundation of Oklahoma’s largest general farm organization.
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.
Membership classifications are determined by county Farm Bureaus, which have the discretion to decide the qualifications for voting members and associate members.