Micaela Danker has joined AFR as the AFR Youth Leadership Development Coordinator. Danker, whose family has a small livestock business near Wellston, Okla., earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Agricultural Communications from Oklahoma State University. She has been involved in AFR youth programs since participating in AFR’s youth leadership summit as a first grade elementary student.
We stand for a strong, united animal agriculture industry, producing food in a science-based, safe and humane manner. The concept of a national agriculture advisory council by HSUS, a group that does not support this concept, is incomprehensible and unnecessary. We believe HSUS has formed this council as another way to combat such issues nationwide, as Oklahoma’s SQ777, right to farm, and to steer public opinion away from animal agriculture. HSUS, and other anti-animal agriculture groups, to form a number of minority splinter groups, each clamoring against SQ777,in a vain attempt to make it sound like the majority supports them, when in reality the opposite is true.
AFR will serve as the title sponsor for the LEAD Golf Tournament on July 11th in Oklahoma City to support State Question 777: Oklahoma's Right to Farm.
Each month we have two giveaways featuring various prizes such as Yeti tumblers, RTIC coolers, event tickets and more. Like us on Facebook and watch our page to see how you can win!
The family-friendly event starts at 1:00 PM, June 11th, at Medicine Park. An outdoor concert in Medicine Park runs throughout the day's activities.
AFR spnsored the Redlands Community College livestock judging contest April 12. We had over 400 entries!
More than 225 Oklahoma FFA, 4-H members and adults participated in the annual commercial cattle grading school and contest, April 8, at OKC West Livestock Market, Inc., El Reno, Oklahoma.
Join the AFR LEAD program for a day-long cattle production seminar at the Noble Foundation's Oswalt Ranch near Marietta, Oklahoma.
2016 Leadership Summit will be at Camp Big Cedars. Registration is now open!
American Farmers & Ranchers partnered with the Oklahoma Youth Expo to host the Youth Agricultural Achievement Contest, March 17. The contest recognizes Oklahoma youth who excel in showmanship skills and demonstrate superior knowledge of the livestock industry including production, management, processing, and end product utilization.