TULSA, Okla. — Oklahoma Farm Bureau helped support the state’s agriculture youth by purchasing $30,000 in premiums at the 2020 Tulsa State Fair Night of Champions Premium Sale.
Farm Bureau partnered with fellow agriculture and rural organizations and individuals to purchase premiums on the animals of 121 students, including the grand champion barrow and grand champion goat.
“Oklahoma Farm Bureau is always proud to support our state’s incredible 4-H and FFA students at the Tulsa State Fair,” said Rodd Moesel, OKFB president. “We know the lessons and life skills these students develop as they raise, care for and show animals will carry on as they lead our industry and our state in the future.”
This year, the Tulsa State Fair premium sale was held online and was open from Wednesday, Oct. 7 through Friday, Oct. 9.
–Oklahoma Farm Bureau
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