The latest issue of Oklahoma Farm Bureau’s Oklahoma Country magazine arrived in mailboxes over the last two weeks and now is available to read online.
The Summer 2018 issue features a Mayes County dairy farm, highlights a special partnership between the agricultural community and the state’s food banks, recognizes the conservation efforts of an OKFB family, and introduces readers to the organization’s new executive director.
Also in the magazine, find:
- Presidentially Speaking
OKFB President Rodd Moesel explains how voluntary dues create tremendous returns for agriculture and rural Oklahoma.
- Insurance Matters
OFBMIC General Manager Gary Buckner highlights the company’s commitment to keeping it local
- Commodity Corner
Learn four reasons to shop at a farmers market this summer
- Lincoln to Local
OKFB’s legislative victories in 2018
- Forward Foundation
How the Oklahoma Farming and Ranching Foundation helped fund wildfire relief efforts this spring
- Consider the Benefits
OKFB members now can receive special offers and discounts from Oklahoma-based genetic technology company AgBoost
- All Around Oklahoma
A collection of stories about Farm Bureau’s work across the state
- Noble News
The Noble Research Institute features a two-year national project brings together representatives from each step in the beef value chain to commnicate and collectively seek progress for the first time
- Country Gardening
Oklahoma State University Cooperative Extension provides tips on incorporating edible plants into conventional landscapes
- Country Classifieds
- Country Kitchen
Farm Fresh Corn Salad from the Made in Oklahoma Coalition
Make sure to read the latest issue today!