The farms and ranches that dot the Oklahoma landscape are operated by hard-working producers who have devoted their lives to safely and affordably feeding and clothing their families, communities, state, nation and world. We are proud to introduce you to them and are honored to share their stories.
Kyle and Sheri Glazier – Loyal, OK
Jeff and Sarah Weeks – Shawnee, OK
Tyler and Naomi Mayer – Hooker, OK
Matt and Kellie Muller – Altus, OK
Bob and Renee Howard – Headrick, OK
Larry and Mary Peck – Sentinel, OK
Coblentz Family – Chouteau, OK
Clint and Jessica Wilcox – Fairview, OK
Tim and Faye Taggart – Hennessey, OK
Scott and Lisa Blubaugh – Tonkawa, OK
This Land is Our Land
Oklahoma’s farmers and ranchers have, and will continue to make great strides in conserving the natural resources this great state has to offer. Advances in technology have allowed them to harvest more bountiful commodity crops, and produce more meat, milk, eggs and produce than ever before. They are achieving success while using less water, causing less soil erosion and using fewer chemical inputs – all of which leads to more affordable choices for consumers, and an increased quality of life for all Oklahoma citizens.