AFR President Terry Detrick issued the following statement on Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt’s nomination to head up the Environmental Protection Agency.
American Farmers & Ranchers LEAD program is sponsoring the Rural to Urban Outreach reception, Dec. 9, as part of the Tulsa Farm Show. The reception starts at 4:30 p.m. in the lower level of the River Spirit Expo Building in Tulsa.
G.T. Bynum, the new mayor of Tulsa, will share remarks on the key role Tulsa plays in the state’s economy, especially in regards to the rural and agricultural sectors.
AFR Women's Cooperative Council Application due November 30, 2016 for 2017-2019 terms.
Press statements on State Question 777 as well as general election results.
The “Drive Away Hunger with AFR” campaign is asking members to bring canned goods as well as financial contributions to their local and county meetings.
AFR and National Farmers Union are gearing up to host "Growing for the Future,” a brand new, free, online conference that will focus on all sorts of issues faced by beginning farmers and ranchers, including: mentorship, business planning, USDA programs, student loans, land tenure, food safety, women and veterans in farming, conservation, and much more!
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.
The American Farmers & Ranchers Women’s Cooperative Retreat for southeastern Oklahoma is scheduled for November 5th in the Shawnee, Oklahoma area.
Anyone from across the state can attend the retreat not just the southeast district.
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.