The latest issue of Oklahoma Farm Bureau’s Oklahoma Country magazine arrived in mailboxes last week and is now available online for electronic viewing.
The Spring 2017 issue features the new OKFB Commemorative Courtyard in celebration of the organization’s 75th anniversary. You’ll also read the second installment in the OKFB 75th anniversary series, highlighting the new challenges and unlikely victories of the 1950s and 1960s, in addition to another story featuring the devastating wildfires in northwest Oklahoma and the family farmers and ranchers who found hope through the tragedy.
The magazine also features OKFB President Tom Buchanan’s Presidentially Speaking column, OKFB Executive Director Monica Wilke’s Executive Outlook column, a focus on Oklahoma’s water supply in Lincoln to Local, a new social media challenge through the Oklahoma Farming and Ranching Foundation and much, much more.
Quick links to the Spring 2017 issue of Oklahoma Country: (links open document viewer in new tab/window)
Presidentially Speaking – Tom Buchanan
Executive Outlook – Monica Wilke
A tribute to legacy – OKFB dedicates the commemorative courtyard to kick off its 75th year celebration.
Building foundations & growing for the future – In this second installment in OKFB’s 75th anniversary series, the 1950s and 1960s bring new challenges and unlikely victories to the young organization as early leaders campaign for the rights of farmers and ranchers across the state.
From the ashes –After the flames of a devastating wildfire were extinguished, family farmers and ranchers find hope through the generosity of others.
In Every Issue
Commodity Corner – A look into the Oklahoma hog industry
Lincoln to Local – It’s time to develop Oklahoma water
Forward Foundation – Oklahoma Farming & Ranching Foundation announces OK AG Social Media Challenge
Consider the Benefits – OKFB benefits help with healthy benefits
Noble News – Cracking pecan’s problems
All Around Oklahoma – OKFB news and events
Country Gardening – Six steps to a successful vegetable garden
The magazine is available to view and download on the publications page on OKFB’s website. OKFB members will receive a mailed copy as part of their membership.