Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Do you have to be farmer to be a member of Oklahoma Farm Bureau?

A: No. Farm Bureau members come from all walks of life.


Q: What are the benefits of being a Farm Bureau member?

A: Farm Bureau is the largest agricultural organization in the state. Since 1942, the organization has worked with lawmakers and like-minded organizations to improve the lives of people in rural Oklahoma. Farm Bureau is the voice of agriculture producers at all levels. Besides the representation Oklahoma Farm Bureau provides at the state and national levels, there are member discounts on many popular products and services (see Member Benefits). Our most popular member benefits are the complete range of insurance and financial products that are offered to members through affiliated companies.


Q: What does it cost to be a Farm Bureau member?

A: Dues vary by county. The range is $25 to $40 per year. The membership year extends from November 1 to October 31. Dues are not prorated.


Q: How can I become active in Farm Bureau?

A: Contact your county Farm Bureau for information about county activities, such as women's, young farmers and ranchers, commodity, and legislative action committees. Some counties have a description of their special events and activities on their page (see FB County Connection).


Q: If I am a Farm Bureau member in another state, am I automatically a member of Oklahoma Farm Bureau when I move to Oklahoma?

A: No, however, we will honor your Farm Bureau membership from your state of origin for the remainder of our membership year. If you move to Oklahoma and would like to do this, please contact the county Farm Bureau of your choice (see FB County Connection).


Q: If I want to buy insurance, who do I call?

A: The website for Oklahoma Farm Bureau Mutual Insurance Company can be accessed here. Or, call the county Farm Bureau office of your choice for information (see FB County Connection).


Q: Do I have to be a member to buy insurance?

A: Yes, our insurance products are a member service. Insurance products are offered through our affiliated companies, Oklahoma Farm Bureau Mutual Insurance Company and AgSecurity Insurance Company.


Q: What is the difference between Oklahoma Farm Bureau and Oklahoma Farm Bureau Mutual Insurance Company?

A: Oklahoma Farm Bureau is a nonprofit corporation. Oklahoma Farm Bureau's volunteer leaders and employees work to better the lives of people living in rural Oklahoma and to further the goals of the organization. Oklahoma Farm Bureau Mutual Insurance Company and AgSecurity Insurance Company are for-profit companies which provide a full range of insurance products sold by agents who are associated with county Farm Bureaus.