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OKFB members visit Capitol Hill, federal agencies on Congressional Action Tour April 16-20

“It’s very important for Oklahoma farmers to develop relationships with our congressmen and senators,” said Rodd Moesel, OKFB president. “Our Farm Bureau staff talk to these leaders on our behalf, which is a big help to us as farmers and ranchers. But it’s even more important when congressmen and senators hear directly from real folks who are actually producing agricultural commodities.”

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Nine students receive $1,000 YF&R college scholarships

The Oklahoma Farm Bureau Young Farmers & Ranchers committee has awarded nine high school seniors, one from each OKFB district, with a $1,000 college scholarship.

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How to help with the Oklahoma wildfire recovery

As catastrophic wildfires have raged across expanses of western Oklahoma in recent days, we have once again been reminded of both the tragedy of natural diasters and of the outpouring of support our agriculture community gives in trying times.

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Comments wanted: Tell USTR to negotiate a better deal for America's farmers and ranchers

Oklahoma Farm Bureau members are invited to encourage the U.S. Trade Representative to negotiate a better deal on behalf of America’s farmers and ranchers during a public comment period on trade dispute with China.

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