The Winter 2024 issue of Oklahoma Farm Bureau’s Oklahoma Country magazine is now in mailboxes and available online for viewing and reading.
The Winter 2024 issue features nine Oklahoma farm and ranch families who were honored as OKFB’s 2023 Farm & Ranch Family Recognition recipients. A Q&A with Oklahoma State University Vice President and Dean of Agriculture Jayson Lusk dives into his vision for the future of OSU’s teaching, research, extension and outreach efforts.
Additional magazine content includes an update on the Oklahoma Broadband Commission’s work with OKFB District 9 Director Jim Meek; a wrap-up of OKFB’s 2023 annual meeting; a countywide ag day hosted by Comanche County Farm Bureau members; and more.
Check out our featured content below, and OKFB members can read the print edition delivered directly to their mailboxes.
Oklahoma Country Magazine • Winter 2024 issue
A tradition worth celebrating
Highlighting the stories of nine Oklahoma farm and ranch families who carry on the best tradition’s of our state’s agricultural heritage
Taking the reins
Oklahoma State University’s Vice President and Dean of Agriculture, Jayson Lusk, shares his vision for the future of OSU agriculture
The man for the job
OKFB Director Jim Meek takes on the role of chairman of the state’s broadband board
Ten rural Oklahoma innovators pitch their ideas for a chance to elevate their enterprises
Reviving a dream
Comanche County Farm Bureau members share the ag story with local fifth-graders
Additional Oklahoma Country content
Big goals, big accomplishments and a big year ahead • by OKFB President Rodd Moesel
A road map to the new year at the state capitol • by OKFB Vice President of Public Policy Steve Thompson