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Our organization consists of farmers actively involved in agricultural production and non-farmers who want to add their voice on behalf of the principals and philosophies of AFR.

As a member of AFR, you have a unique opportunity to influence and shape policy that will direct the organization as it works with Congress, the Oklahoma Legislature and state and federal agencies.
The Latest

From AFR

Mona Lee Brock Honored for Saving Oklahoma Farmers

August 28, 2023

If you ask many of the farmers who lived through the 1980s Farm Crisis, they’ll tell you there was once an angel who took their call—an Oklahoman named Mona Lee Brock.


AFR to Host Leadership Summit for Oklahoma Youth July 23-29

July 20, 2023

American Farmers & Ranchers (AFR) Cooperative will host more 270 Oklahoma students next week as they learn to be effective leaders in their homes, schools and communities. Held at the Heartland Conference Center in Midwest City, the 2023 AFR Leadership Summit will be divided into two sessions: Teen Session for students entering grades 7-9 and Senior Session for students entering grades 10-12.


Stop Government Overreach in Ranching Act Supported by State Farmer and Rancher Organization

June 13, 2023

Federal legislation introduced by an Oklahoma congressman has many of the state’s farmers and ranchers hopeful for a reprieve from a new antibiotic regulation. The Stop Government Overreach in Ranching Act was introduced to Congress June 12 by Congressmen Josh Brecheen (R-OK) and Eric Burlison (R-MO). American Farmers & Ranchers (AFR) Cooperative is supportive of this legislation, which would reverse the Food & Drug Administration’s (FDA) Guidance for Industry (GFI) #263.


Did You Know?

The four largest multinational meatpackers control 54% of U.S. poultry processing, 66% of U.S. pork packing, and 85% of beef packing.


Did You Know?

Farmers in the corn and soybean markets must sell their crops to the same four companies that control 82% of soybean crushing and 84% of wet corn milling in the U.S. 

Did You Know?

Just four firms account for approximately 84% of the global herbicide and pesticide market.