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Oregon’s Bounty magazine

See the 2014 issue of Oregon’s Bounty

See the Oregon’s Bounty Harvest Calendar to find out what’s in season!

The goal of the Oregon’s Bounty is to encourage readers to experience agriculture, realize the importance it has in their daily lives, and learn about the family farmers and ranchers who raise our food, foliage, fiber, and fuel.

The magazine features the popular Farm Stand Guide, a listing of about 400 public farm ventures, such as roadside stands, u-pick fields, and on-farm festivals. The farms listed in the guide are owned by Farm Bureau members from every part of the state.

Advertise in Oregon’s Bounty magazine.

Also check out the Oregon’s Bounty searchable database listings here

How to get in the Oregon’s Bounty guide: Current Voting and Supporting Farm Bureau members are eligible to be included in Oregon’s Bounty. For the registration form, contact Anne Marie Moss (annemarie@oregonfb.org) or call (503) 399-1701, ext. 313.

Oregon’s Bounty Calendar

Click here to see the 2014 Oregon’s Bounty Calendar

The award-winning Oregon’s Bounty Calendar is a full-color calendar celebrating the bounty and beauty of Oregon agriculture: the commodities, the families, the production, the landscape, the events, the enjoyment, anything that depicts the beauty, technology, culture, or tradition of farming and ranching. It is sent to all 61,000+ Farm Bureau members and about 5,000 more are distributed throughout the year.

Farm Bureau invites the public to submit their own photos of Oregon agriculture to be featured in this award-winning calendar. Get information on the call for photos for the 2015 Oregon’s Bounty calendar.

OFB News

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Oregon Farm Bureau News is sent to 8,000 Voting and Supporting Farm Bureau members.

The award-winning monthly newsletter is geared toward family farmers and ranchers and includes articles about OFB legislative work, programs, volunteer leaders, events, membership benefits, and more.

Note: At this time, OFB News does not accept advertisements.

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