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OKFB disappointed in House farm bill vote, Moesel says

“Oklahoma Farm Bureau is deeply disappointed in today’s House vote on the 2018 farm bill. Agriculture is the backbone of our state’s economy. When farmers and ranchers succeed, our rural communities prosper and our economy thrives. 

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Jackson County member named to state water board

Representing all geographic areas of the state and diverse groups of water users, the OWRB board of directors define policy and conduct the state’s water business.

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OKFB, AFBF urge House members to oppose harmful farm bill amendments

As farmers and ranchers suffer under an agriculture recession entering its fifth year, Oklahoma Farm Bureau, the American Farm Bureau Federation and more than 300 other organizations are calling on House members to stand firmly against amendments to the farm bill (H.R. 2) that would hurt farm and ranch families.

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Kisling, Kinder honored with Governor’s Agriculture Awards

Gov. Mary Fallin presented two Oklahoma Farm Bureau members with her Governor’s Agriculture Awards May 9 during a ceremony hosted by the Oklahoma Department of Agriculture, Food and Forestry at the state Capitol. 

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