The latest issue of Oklahoma Farm Bureau’s Oklahoma Country magazine arrived in mailboxes this week and is now available online for electronic viewing.
The Summer 2017 issue includes a story featuring newly-elected Oklahoma legislators with Farm Bureau ties, the third installment in the OKFB 75th-anniversary series highlighting the 1970s and 1980s, a wrap-up of the 56th Oklahoma legislature session 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 new tool for serving Oklahomans – Introducing the new Oklahoma Farm Bureau Mutual Insurance Company’s website, designed with a wide array of added features. Visit today at OKFarmInsurance.com.
Standing for agriculture – Newly-elected Oklahoma legislatures with Farm Bureau ties speak for Oklahoma farmers and ranchers at the state Capitol during this year’s legislative session.
Rising to the occasion – The third installment in the OKFB 75th-anniversary series highlights the 1970s and 1980s and the organization’s efforts to speak for rural Oklahomans during a challenging, yet crucial, time period for agriculture.
In Every Issue
Commodity Corner – Waving wheat that sure smells sweet
Lincoln to Local – Farm Bureau stands for private property rights, against property tax increases
Forward Foundation – Oklahoma Farming and Ranching Foundation helps distribute donations for wildfire relief
Consider the Benefits – OKFB offers new Grasshopper Mower member benefit
Noble News – It’s a bird. It’s a plane. It’s the future.
All Around Oklahoma – OKFB news and events
Country Gardening – Smart irrigation technology helps conserve water usage
The magazine is available to view and download on the publications page on the OKFB website. OKFB members will receive a mailed copy as part of their membership.