The latest issue of Oklahoma Farm Bureau’s Oklahoma Country magazine is arriving in mailboxes this week and now is available to read online.
The Fall 2018 issue features OKFB Women’s Leadership Committee Chair Kitty Beavers and her eight years of service to the organization, highlights McCurtain County member Brent Bolen and his commitment to raising chickens responsibly and ethically, showcases the strength of the OKFB Insurance family during difficult times, and provides an overview of the 77th OKFB Annual Meeting in November.
Also in the magazine, find:
OKFB President Rodd Moesel reminds Farm Bureau members of the importance of being informed of and involved in the November general elections.
OKFB Executive Director Thad Doye shares the federation’s work to improve its service to agriculture and rural Oklahoma with a peer review from the American Farm Bureau Federation.
From filling your tank with gas to loading your shopping cart with groceries, corn grown in Oklahoma can provide a variety of ingredients for many everyday necessities for Americans.
A guide to the 2018 Oklahoma state questions
Through the TASC AgriPlan member benefit, farmers and ranchers can help alleviate confusion associated with providing health care benefits for employees while helping save money on taxes.
Find highlights of OKFB’s work throughout the state over the past three months.
A national agriculture research initiative aims to promote soil health through the development and adoption of new cover crops across the U.S.
Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Services provides tips for proper tool storage to ensure a good start to spring gardening.
Oven-Fried Buttermilk Chicken Drumsticks from the National Chicken Council.
Make sure to read the latest issue today!