Spring 2019 issue of Oklahoma Country now available online
The most recent issue of Oklahoma Farm Bureau's Oklahoma Country magazine is reaching members across the state and is now available to read online.
The Spring 2019 issue shares the stories of two Oklahomans making a name for themselves in agriculture on the state and national level, an Enid duo trying to close the gap between the producer and consumer, and how even the lush landscapes of Hawaii couldn't keep one Oklahoma Farm Bureau Insurance agent away from the place she will always call home.
More highlights from the Spring 2019 issue of Oklahoma Country:
- Presidentially Speaking
OKFB President Rodd Moesel discusses the importance of OKFB members making their voices heard as the urban-rural divide is becoming more visible in the legislature.
- Executive Outlook
Executive Director Thad Doye shares how Farm Bureau and farming in general has changed over the years. With this continual change, we must also be thinking of how we want to be seen in the future representing rural Oklahoma.
- Lincoln to Local
Now more than ever it has become easier for OKFB members to speak directly with their legislators! Learn about the new action alert system and how you can sign up today.
- Commodity Corner
With the craft beer industry taking off in Oklahoma, learn how agriculture plays a vital role in the industry.
- Consider the Benefits
Ford and Lincoln member benefit now available toward the purchase or lease of a new vehicle.
- Forward Foundation
Kiowa County Farm Bureau members awarded for their conservation efforts.
- All Around Oklahoma
A collection of stories about farm Bureau's work across the state.
- Noble News
The Noble Research Institute shares why prescribed fire is essential to the health of the southern Great Plains.
- Country Gardening
Learn how to incorporate edible landscaping into your yard.
- Country Classifieds
Make sure to read the latest issue today!