Oklahoma Country Fall 2022 Magazine Now Available Online

Oklahoma Farm Bureau’s Fall 2022 issue Oklahoma Country magazine is now available online. The latest issue is also directed to Farm Bureau member mailboxes statewide.

The latest issue of Oklahoma Country features an updated design and reworked content to better serve OKFB members and showcase the organization’s best content.

Our Fall 2022 issue features Triple S Farms near Hydro, where the Slagell family grows watermelons — along with many other crops — that are loved by consumers nationwide. We also feature Okmulgee County Farm Bureau member Tim Taylor, an agricultural education instructor who teaches non-traditional students to help them find a place in farming to learn and grow.

The magazine also features columns, the latest news and updates on OKFB events, a preview of our 2022 annual meeting and more.

The Fall 2022 issue is available on the Publications page of our website or at the bottom of this page, and the full list of content is outlined below.

Featured Articles

The taste of summer

Meet the Slagell family who run Triple S Farms near Hydro, Oklahoma, and learn what it takes to grow watermelons – Oklahoma’s state vegetable.

Custom made

Tim Taylor, a member of the Okmulgee County Farm Bureau and professor of agricultural education, helps students who have no traditional agricultural background – or any agricultural background – find a place for themselves to learn and grow.


Presidentially speaking

OKFB President Rodd Moesel shares highlights from the organization’s policy-making process and looks forward to the action at the 2022 OKFB Annual Meeting November 11-13.

Management Perspectives

OKFB Executive Director Thad Doye reviews the extensive array of Farm Bureau events, activities and efforts over the past year.

Our history

A preview of our redesign Oklahoma Country magazine with OKFB vice president of communications and public relations, Dustin Mielke.


Agricultural Office Advocacy

A lasting impact – OKFB’s Ag PAC plays grassroots role in elections

Vote 2022 – OKFB Voter’s Guide to the 2022 Midterm Elections

farm office

Soil tightening – Woodward County Farm Bureau member Eldon Merklin – like all Oklahoma agricultural producers – battled drought throughout 2022

Meek sits on the state’s Broadband Board of Directors –OKFB Treasurer Jim Meek Brings Rural Perspectives to Oklahoma Broadband Board

Farm Office Events

From production to consumption – A preview of the 2022 OKFB Annual Meeting November 11-13 in Norman

OKFB hosts first youth legislative experience – 4-H and FFA members learned about the legislative process at a two-day event in July

OKFB hosts the FFA journalists’ conference – Nearly 100 FFA members honed their communication skills at OKFB’s second annual event for FFA section reporters

OYLA 2022 review – OKFB hosts its annual Oklahoma Youth Leading Agriculture Conference for 13 incoming high school students

Generation Bridge Summer Series Events – Mid-career farmers came together for three summer events to connect and grow in agriculture

YF&R Shotgun Shoot Raises Over $19,000 for Foundation – OKFB Young Farmers and Ranchers held their annual shotgun fundraiser

Raising awareness of the agricultural office

County agricultural offices donate to community food programs – Nearly $15,000 has been donated to local communities through OKFB’s Community Food Assistance Matching Program

OKFB chosen for state business accelerator program – OKFB will serve as a partner in the Oklahoma State Rural Business Development Program.

WLC donates blankets to veterans – Members of the OKFB Women’s Leadership Committee make and donate handmade blankets to the Norman Veterans Home

Membership value

Give together, grow together – OKFB members have three options to have a greater impact on agriculture through voluntary contributions and donations

Around Oklahoma

Discover the wide variety of events and activities OKFB has organized over the past few months.

Country gardening

Making Sense of Fertilizer Labels – Understand plant nutrients and how to ensure good soil fertility in your lawn or garden

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