K101 Farm Expo is one of the largest tri-state agriculture, farm and ranch trade shows, featuring over 180 commercial exhibitors, as well as arts and crafts.
American Farmers & Ranchers President Terry Detrick sent the following letter today to every member of the U.S. Senate, urging their support of Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt as director of the Environmental Protection Agency.
Oklahoma State University President Burns Hargis is the keynote speaker for Enid’s Agrifest Farm and Ranch forum, Jan. 13, Chisholm Trail Expo Center. The forum is part of the annual two-day KNID Agrifest, northwest Oklahoma’s largest farm show.
AFR President Terry Detrick issued the following statement on Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt’s nomination to head up the Environmental Protection Agency.
Press statements on State Question 777 as well as general election results.
Tight budgets are forcing schools, and their patrons, to look at creative ways to meet the needs of students. AFR Insurance agents are meeting the challenge head on.
AFR sponsored the cattle grading contest at the Tulsa State Fair on Tuesday, October 4th.
Schools across Stephens County will receive an $8,039 financial boost thanks to a generous donation from the Stephens County chapter of American Farmers & Ranchers. The donation will be distributed equitably at $1 for every student, based on the average daily student enrollment from 2015-16.
Participants in this year’s American Farmers & Ranchers LEAD conference will receive an “inside the ropes” view of the horse racing industry. The statewide conference kicks off with a tour of the Remington Park stables followed by a presentation on the horse industry by the OQHRA.
Ever since civilization began, people have seen mutual benefit in working together to achieve a common goal. In discussing the history of cooperatives it is difficult to distinguish between the concept of cooperation — combining efforts for a common goal — from that of forming a user-owned business.
The small community of Medicine Park, at the edge of the Wichita Mountains in southwest Oklahoma, came alive with the roar of Harley Davidson, Honda and Kawasaki motorcycles, June 11, as the AFR Southwest District LEAD committee sponsored a Poker Run and Red Dirt concert. The event was in support of State Question 777, Oklahoma’s Right to Farm.
Jett owns KC Farms, a family farm and ranch southwest of Slapout. KC Farms is a diversified farm and ranch with irrigated and dryland wheat, forage crops and grass. They also have a commercial cow herd. His long term dedication to conservation was recognized this year by the Oklahoma Association of Conservation Districts as he was inducted into the OACD Hall of Fame.
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.
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!