County Farm Bureaus around the state will celebrate the great benefits of being a Farm Bureau member during Farm Bureau Week, Feb. 15-19.
A variety of activities and events will be hosted by local Farm Bureau staff and members across Oklahoma during Farm Bureau week. It serves as a time for County Farm Bureaus to reach out into their local communities and share the great stories of what Farm Bureau does in communities throughout our state.
With a presence in all 77 Oklahoma counties, Oklahoma Farm Bureau offers a myriad of member benefits for all Oklahomans as the organization works daily to accomplish its mission statement of “preserving and protecting the rural way of life.”
Below is a small sampling of the many activities going on during Farm Bureau Week.
This list will be updated as new activities are submitted from county Farm Bureaus.
If you are a county Farm Bureau member or staff member and would like to submit your Farm Bureau week activity to this list, please contact Dustin Mielke at the home office.
Alfalfa County Farm Bureau will sponsor a meal prior to their local 4-H and FF Livestock Premium Sale on Wednesday, Feb. 17. The county will also be undertaking Our Food Link activities on February 17.
Cotton County Farm Bureau will host a Farm Bureau Week open house on Friday, Feb. 19, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Cotton County Farm Bureau office at 125 N Brodway in Walters, Oklahoma. Free pulled pork sandwiches will be served and attendees will have the chance to win door prizes.
Grant County Farm Bureau will host an open house on Wednesday, February 24 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Stop by for refreshments and learn about the wide array of Farm Bureau benefits.
Payne County Farm Bureau will have daily drawings for current Farm Bureau members for great prizes including local produce with a grand prize of a $100 gift card to Ralphs. Payne County Farm Bureau members can enter by visiting the Payne County Farm Bureau office or by liking their giveaway post on their Facebook page. Also, any member who refers a new Farm Bureau member during Farm Bureau Week will receive a new hat.
An Ag Life photo contest is open to the public and will be run through the Payne County Facebook page. The chosen winner will receive a Gift Basket of Made in Oklahoma products.
Sequoyah County Farm Bureau will host an open house on Thursday, Feb. 18 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at their Sallisaw and Roland locations. Refreshments will be served and you can sign up for a membership and enter your name in a drawing for a $50 gift card!
Tulsa County Farm Bureau will provide doughnuts and coffee Monday, Tuesday and Thursday mornings for visitors to their south memorial location. Be sure to stop by, grab a doughnut and learn about the great things Tulsa Farm Bureau is doing!