Oklahoma Farm Bureau President Mike Spradling, Sand Springs, was re-elected Jan. 15 to serve a two-year term on the American Farm Bureau board of directors. The election occurred during the 94th annual American Farm Bureau convention in Nashville, Tenn.
"I am extremely proud to represent Oklahoma on the AFBF board," Spradling said. "I will continue to push for critical issues impacting Oklahoma agriculture, including a new farm bill, immigration reform and reducing government regulations."
Representing the southern region, Spradling joins 16 other state Farm Bureau presidents on the AFBF board. The Oklahoma leader was first elected to the national board in 2007.
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