In 2016, the Oklahoma Farm Bureau Caucus was created, including 20 House members and 11 Senate members. Comprised of Farm Bureau-members in the state legislature, the OKFB Caucus is a non-partisan group created to foster fellowship and discussion of agricultural and rural policy issues.
The inaugural members are listed below. An asterisk (*) denotes newly-elected legislators.
State House: Rep. Scott Biggs, Rep. Chad Caldwell, Rep. Dennis Casey, Rep. Bobby Cleveland, Rep. Jeff Coody, Rep. John Enns, Rep. Scott Fetgatter*, Rep. Tommy Hardin, Rep. Chuck Hoskin, Rep. Steve Kouplen, Rep. Mark Lawson*, Rep. Ben Loring, Rep. John Michael Montgomery, Rep. Charles Ortega, Rep. John Pfeiffer, Rep. Brian Renegar, Rep. Mike Ritze, Rep. Johnny Tadlock, Rep. Steve Vaughn, and Rep. Rick West*.
State Senate: Sen. Mark Allen, Sen. Larry Boggs, Sen. Chris Kidd*, Sen. Kim David, Sen. Eddie Fields, Sen. Greg McCortney*, Sen. Lonnie Paxton*, Sen. Roland Pederson*, Sen. Dewayne Pemberton*, Sen. Mike Schulz, and Sen. Joseph Silk.