On this edition of AFR Country Journal our guest is Terry Detrick, Ames, Okla., farmer and retiring President of the AFR/OFU. His last official duty will come this weekend at the annual AFR/OFU convention in Norman, Okla. Terry talks about why he is retiring and what his plans are for the future.
On this week’s Oklahoma Ag Report, we have our last interview with Ames, Okla., farmer and AFR/OFU President Terry Detrick, as he is retiring at this weekend’s AFR/OFU Convention in Norman. We also talk with Brent Kisling, the new director of the Oklahoma Commerce Department.
On this week’s Oklahoma Ag Report, it is all about politics as we hear how Oklahoma Gov. Kevin Stitt praised the Oklahoma Youth Expo in his State of the State address, and we hear from Steve Thompson, AFR government relations director, about some of the key issues in this year’s legislative session.
On this edition of AFR Country Journal we talk with Steve Thompson, AFR director of government relations, about some of the key rural and ag issues that will be important during the 2019 Oklahoma legislative session which started this week.
On this edition of AFR Country Journal we talk about helping train OSU college students to be advocates for the animal agriculture industry.
On this week’s Oklahoma Ag Report we talk with new Oklahoma Gov. Kevin Stitt about his vision for rural Oklahoma. We also report on our work with the OSU animal and food science capstone class.
On this edition of AFR Country Journal we have an exclusive interview with new Oklahoma Gov. Kevin Stitt. He talks about his vision for agriculture and rural Oklahoma as we prepare for the opening of the 2019 Oklahoma Legislature on Monday, Feb. 4.
Learn a little about the challenges and rewards of two AFR family farmers in the first installment of our new video series about Oklahoma poultry growers.
On this week’s Oklahoma Ag Report we report on the AFR/OFU Policy Committee’s efforts this week to develop a policy book for the upcoming annual convention. We also talk with Zack Rendel, Miami, Okla., who says he still has soybeans waiting to be harvested because it has been too muddy to get in the field.
On this edition of AFR Country Journal we get an update on the cotton harvest with Harvey Schroeder, Oklahoma Cotton Council.