Sen. Mike Schulz is among nine of the state’s top agricultural advocates who received the Oklahoma Farm Bureau 2014 Champion Award.
Sen. Schulz was recognized for going above and beyond to protect and improve agriculture and rural Oklahoma during the 2014 legislative session.
“As the state’s largest agricultural organization, Oklahoma Farm Bureau is committed to preserving the livelihood and legacy of our fellow farmers and ranchers,” OKFB President Tom Buchanan said. “It is an honor to distinguish these state leaders who share our vision and who continue to help make positive strides for Oklahoma agriculture.”
In addition to Sen. Schulz, the following legislators were also recognized for their outstanding efforts: Attorney General Scott Pruitt, Tulsa; Rep. Scott Biggs, Chickasha; Rep. Tom Newell, Seminole; Rep. Mike Sanders, Kingfisher; Sen. Brian Bingman, Sapulpa; Sen. A.J. Griffin, Guthrie; Sen. Ron Justice, Chickasha; and Sen. Bryce Marlatt, Woodward.
Nominations for the awards were received from county Farm Bureau boards and the OKFB Board of Directors.