Rogers County Farm Bureau Week Declared by Commissioners

Claremore – In a proclamation, Commissioner Chairman Dan DeLozier of District 1 declared the week of February 19-23, 2024 as Farm Bureau Week in Rogers County.

The proclamation was read during the regular Board of County Commissioners meeting Monday, where members of the Rogers County Farm Bureau were also present.

Highlighting the significant contributions of the Rogers County Farm Bureau, Chairman DeLozier emphasized the organization’s dedication to serving farmers and ranchers in the county since its establishment in 1955.

He acknowledged the Farm Bureau’s role in fostering a deep understanding of the complex agricultural structure that “puts food on the table.”

As a not-for-profit general farm organization operating within the boundaries of Rogers County, the Farm Bureau has been a steadfast supporter of both agricultural producers and consumers.

Chairman DeLozier stated, “The Farm Bureau has dedicated itself and its members to maintaining agriculture as an honorable and respected profession,” contributing to the economic prosperity of Rogers County and the entire state of Oklahoma.

With over 1400 member families in Rogers County, the Farm Bureau has built a strong community of individuals who are enthusiastic about the agricultural industry ensuring a sustainable future for

Commissioner Steve Hendrix of District 2 gave recognition to the Farm Bureau’s extensive involvement in various initiatives aimed at supporting the youth and farmers in the county.

“We’re very proud of the association we have with the Farm Bureau and everything they do for this county,” Commissioner Hendrix stated.

Chairman DeLozier emphasized the importance of the Farm Bureau’s presence in the community.

“We definitely don’t want to lose you,” he said, which expresses the county’s commitment to continue supporting the organization and its endeavors.

The proclamation signifies the unanimous support of the county commissioners for the Farm Bureau and their ongoing efforts to promote agriculture in Rogers County.

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