The October issue of Oklahoma Country magazine is now available online and is arriving in mailboxes soon!
Highlights for the current issue include:
A backup plant – Wheat is traditionally Oklahoma’s No. 1 crop, but what happens when it fails? All is not lost. Oklahoma farmers diversify operations and spread risk with summer-planted crops.
The water problem – Over the past few years, Oklahoma experienced a significant drought, only to face its wettest month on record in May. Is this feast or famine preventable?
Convention Preview – The 2015 Oklahoma Farm Bureau Convention is right around the corner in November. See the tentative schedule and details
Lincoln to Local – Learn about State Question 777, Oklahoma’s Right to Farm, through an interview with John Collison, OKFB vice president of public policy.
Commodity Corner – A new section in the magazine featuring cotton production in Oklahoma.
To read the magazine online, visit our Publications page.