Apr182017

Oklahoma Farm Bureau Insurance Offers Tips to Prepare Oklahomans for Storm Season

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More>Spring brings warmer weather and blooming plants, but as many Oklahomans know, it can also bring serious storms. Prime conditions for tornadoes and severe thunder storms begin around late March and go all the way through the summer. In order to keep your home and family safe during storm season, Oklahoma Farm Bureau Insurance has tips to prepare your home before the wind and rain start.

Here are some ways that you can get your home ready for spring weather: More>

 

Mar162017

Oklahoma County Farm Bureau to host open house in new office

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Oklahoma County Farm Bureau will host an open house to celebrate their new location in Edmond at 10 a.m. on March 29, 2017. Ribbon cutting will be held at 11 a.m. The event is open to the public, and all are welcome to attend the open house and enjoy refreshments.

Oklahoma Farm Bureau is proud to serve as the largest domestic insurance company in the state and can be found in all 77 counties. This open house not only celebrates the new location, but also helps mark OKFB’s 75th anniversary, which is being celebrated statewide in 2017. More>

Feb172017

Commonly asked questions when searching for insurance agents

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Choosing an insurance agent that will meet your specific needs can sometimes be overwhelming. Many policyholders find they’re faced with more questions than answers when researching the many options available in today’s marketplace. However, there are a few common concerns that can be addressed before starting the search to help ease the stress.

Following these steps can help Oklahomans answer some of the most common questions when it comes to identifying the insurance agent that best fits their needs: More>

 

Feb172017

Oklahoma Farm Bureau marks 75th anniversary with year of celebration

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Oklahoma Farm Bureau recently announced the celebration of the organization’s 75th anniversary in 2017. Founded in 1942, OKFB has grown to include more than 95,000 members across all 77 of the state’s counties, representing an agricultural industry with a $39.6 billion economic impact on our state. While festivities statewide will look back on the nonprofit’s accomplishments achieved on behalf of farmers and ranchers, the organization’s mantra from the 75th convention captures the spirit of this celebration – “Bold Innovators with the Wisdom to See Beyond Tomorrow.”  More>