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We will be holding informational townhalls and rallies throughout the state.
Oklahoma's farmers and ranchers are energized and excited about the Right To Farm amendment. If passed, Oklahoma will join a growing list of states, including Missouri and North Dakota, that are taking steps to protect the hard working families that grow our food and our economy. However, we know people have questions about what a Right To Farm amendment will do, and why it's needed.
We've provided in-depth answers to some of the most frequently asked question right here. Also, be sure to sign up for our email alerts to learn more about the campaign and how it's progressing. Don't forget to follow us on Facebook and Twitter to join in the conversation as well.
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OKLAHOMA CITY—Oklahoma farmers and ranchers from across the state reiterated their support for State Question 777 (SQ 777), the Right To Farm Amendment, while refuting claims from the Oklahoma Stewardship Council—an animal rights front group backed by The Humane Society Of The United States (HSUS).View Full Release
Child Food Insecurity
Why should anyone who doesn't farm or ranch care about Question 777, the Right To Farm amendment? Simple, because each and every one of us relies on agriculture to feed us, clothe us, and drive our economy.
In Oklahoma, there are 80,000 farms and ranches, 98% of which are family owned and operated. That may seem like a lot, but they're responsible for helping to feed the nearly 4 Million people in Oklahoma, and hundreds of millions across our nation and the globe.
With an exploding population, comes increasing demand. Today, food prices are steadily rising and as many as 26% of Oklahoma's children struggle with food insecurity. The burden on our farmers has never been higher.
It's a job that gets harder everyday. A smaller percentage of our population is farming than ever before, and they're being forced to produce more food on less land, using fewer resources. Constant interference from government bureaucrats and anti-agriculture activists drive farmers out of business and severely limit the productivity of others.
The issue goes well beyond just food. Oklahoma's farmers contribute more than $8 Billion to the state's economy and support tens of thousands of jobs.
Now is the time to stand up, and defend those hard-working family farmers and ranchers that do so much for us. Right To Farm will shield them from needless red-tape, and attacks from out of state special interests. That way, they can do what they do best: Grow great tasting, nutritious food we can all enjoy...and afford.
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Question 777, aka Right To Farm, is supported by Oklahoma's leading farmers, ranchers, and agriculture advocates. Here are just a few of those supporters. For a full list of endorsements, click here.
Don't sit on the sidelines! Click here and add your voice to our campaign by endorsing SQ 777, The Right To Farm.