The spring issue of Oklahoma Country – OKFB’s quarterly publication – is on its way to Farm Bureau members’ mailboxes. Take a peek inside the newest issue below.
Two Oklahoma farmers share how rising costs for inputs and ongoing uncertainty on the world stage affect their decisions as they focus on growing food, fiber and fuel.
Oklahoma Farm Bureau’s two newest board members share their agricultural background and their vision for the future of Oklahoma’s largest farm organization.
Oklahoma Farm Bureau’s field representative team helps connect advocacy efforts at the Capitol with OKFB’s grassroots leaders.
More content featured within the spring issue of Oklahoma Country includes:
OKFB President Rodd Moesel discusses our interconnected world in these unprecedented times.
OKFB Executive Director Thad Doye discusses challenges in the supply chain and the effects on farmers and ranchers.
OKFB Insurance Executive Vice President and General Manager Gary Buckner reflects on the past year and shares an outlook on what is ahead.
Fertilizers are an important tool in maintaining proper soil and plant health. Learn more about three common fertilizers and their uses.
As the weather gets warmer, Oklahomans begin venturing outdoors. Learn about three local OKFB member benefit destinations for your next staycation.
Students at Goodwell Public Schools learn valuable life skills in the school greenhouse created as a result of a grant through the OKFB Foundation for Agriculture.
Take a look into the latest news and activities for the OKFB Federation and its members.
Did you know some insects are actually beneficial in the garden? The Oklahoma State University Cooperative Extension Service shares information about insects and preventing unwanted pests.
From livestock breeders to vintage cars and farm equipment to services available, OKFB’s Country Classifieds has an assortment of listings.