Brent Brewer, Salt Fork, began his work as the AFR Cooperative Western Oklahoma Field Representative. In addition to his field representative tasks, Brewer serves as an integral member of the AFR Farm Stress Management Team.
Brewer graduated from Deer Creek-Lamont High School in 1979 and earned a degree in agricultural education from Oklahoma State University. In 1983, he returned to his family’s farm and purchased adjoining land to grow wheat, alfalfa, milo, soybeans, mung beans and barley. He also has a custom farming and haying business and plants Bermuda grass sprigs some years.
In addition to his farming operation, he constructs farm buildings, has helped manage Muegge Feeders, and has been an operator for DEM oilfield operation.
Brewer has served as president of Clyde Cooperative Association, Equity Marketing Alliance (now CoMark), Farmland Dissolution Board of Directors and Grant County Conservation District. He has served on the boards of State Exchange Bank, Grant County FSA and Grant County Fair. He served on the Beef Industry Council at its conception and has been a committee member of the OSU Farm Transitions program and Oklahoma Wind Power. Brewer has served on several nominating committees and on OSU’s Agriculture Enhancement Board, where he helped design the curriculum for agriculture students. He has recently served on the AFR Policy Committee and was one of two National Farmers Union 2020 Member Spotlights.
Brent and his wife of 38 years. Theresa, farm and ranch in the Salt Fork area where they manage and Angus cow/calf and stocker operation. They also operate Airbnb in Billings.