The latest issue of Oklahoma Farm Bureau’s Oklahoma Country magazine is arriving in mailboxes this week and is available online for electronic viewing.
The Winter 2016 issue features OKFB’s 2015 Farm Family of the Year, the Muller family of Altus, and shares their story of prospering in adversity over the last few years on their farm.
The magazine also features two Oklahoma World War II veterans who traveled on the October 2015 Oklahoma Honor Flight to see the memorials in Washington D.C. dedicated in their honor. The Oklahoma Farming & Ranching Foundation helped sponsor the trip the two Farm Bureau members took last fall.
The magazine also features OKFB President Tom Buchanan’s Presidentially Speaking column, OKFB Executive Director Monica Wilke’s Executive Outlook column, a public policy update, a Commodity Corner update featuring a glimpse at Oklahoma’s cattle industry, an update from the Oklahoma Farming and Ranching Foundation and much, much more.
Quick links to the winter 2016 issue of Oklahoma Country: (links open document viewer in new tab/window)
Special to this issue
Convention Review – Recapping OKFB’s 74th annual meeting
In Every Issue
Commodity Corner – A cattle-industry closeup
Lincoln to Local – Preparing agriculture for the future in 2016
Forward Foundation – Bushels for Books: An investment in our future
Consider the Benefits – New discounts for OKFB members
All Around Oklahoma – OKFB news and events
Country Gardening – Wildlife is a great addition to the winter landscape
Noble News – New Institute launched to hlep improve nation’s soil health
Country Kitchen Recipies – Peanut butter pie & Rotini salad
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.