This contest is designed to recognize Oklahoma youth who have an interest in livestock, excel in showmanship skills and have knowledge of the livestock industry to include production, management, processing and end product utilization.
Television celebrity and Oklahoma native Kent Rollins is AFR’s latest partner in helping improve the lives of rural Oklahoma.
The AFR Women’s Cooperative hosted regional retreats in addition to the 2015 annual conference. Through the past months, members have had the opportunity to attend one of these events in the Southwest and Southeast districts.
Laverne Insurance, Jestis Insurance, and Newsome Insurance recently held open houses to welcome policyholders to meet their new agents.
AFR members explored Ireland’s culture and agricultural industry during the fall 2015 Ag & Historic Conferene Oct. 8-17. The group focused on agriculture and farming in the western part of the country, including the dairy farm that provides milk for Bailey’s Irish Cream.
Lori and Benji White were married on a Tuesday, just three days after deciding to make the life-long commitment. More than 10 years later the Whites are continuing to make important decisions everyday on their B and L Registered Red Angus ranch near Putnam, Okla.
The officer seats for president, Northeast District director, and At-Large #3 are up for election at the 2015 AFR/OFU state convention.
AFR President Terry Detrick, cleaned his pickup’s windshield and peered into the future as he penned this preview of the coming 12 months. This article appeared in the Sunday, Jan. 3rd edition of the Oklahoman, the state’s largest newspaper.
Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt is the keynote speaker for Enid’s Agrifest Farm and Ranch forum, Jan. 8, Chisholm Trail Expo Center. The forum is part of the annual two-day KNID Agrifest, northwest Oklahoma’s largest farm show.
In the weeks following the late November ice storm, Bobby Scott rarely took a break from meeting the needs of AFR insureds who suffered storm damage. Scott is an AFR claims adjuster for central Oklahoma.