Heart of America Farm Show Focused on FamilyWed, 10 Sep 2014 11:53:31 CDT
Coming up next week is the Heart of America Farm Show. The second annual event will be held September 18,19, and 20th at the Tulsa RV Ranch. Show Director Kevin Kite said this is much more than your typical farm show in offering a fun, family oriented event with a wide variety of activities.
Each day the Heart of America Farm Show is open 9 am - 5 pm with over 100 exhibitors representing anything ag-related from farm equipment to household items. The event will feature antique tractors from the Oklahoma Antique Tractor Association and Standing Tall Tractor Club. Kite said they will also have the northeast Oklahoma Gun Fighters and Re-Enactors walking around the grounds having shootouts.
During the three-day event there will be educational opportunities. Cattle dog demonstrations and seminars on farm and ranch security on how to protect your cattle and machinery from theft will held twice a day.
Saturday features a Consignment Auction for farm and industrial equipment starting at 9:30 am. The Oklahoma Farm Bureau will sponsor a Kid's Farm Safety Day Camp from 10:30 am to noon to teach youth ages 10 - 13 how to prevent accidents on the farm. A Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association (PRCA) Rodeo will be held Saturday night with a preshow featuring Native American Fancy Dancers and Li'l Rough Riders Mutton Bustin. The PRCA Rodeo starts at 7pm.
Parking and admission for the Heart of America Farm Show is free. On Saturday tickets for the preshow and PRCA Rodeo are $10 for adults, kids ages from 7 - 12 years are $5 each and youth six years and under can attend for free.
The Heart of America Farm Show is located off US Highway 75 about halfway between Glenpool and Okmulgee on the east side of the road next to the Duck Creek Casino.
Tickets can be purchased at the gate or online by clicking here. Find more details on the Heart of America Farm Show by clicking here.
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