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Oklahoma Wheat Growers Association Installs New Officers Electing Keeff Felty as 2017-18 President

Fri, 04 Aug 2017 12:16:05 CDT

Oklahoma Wheat Growers Association Installs New Officers Electing Keeff Felty as 2017-18 President Keeff Felty, of Altus, was elected as the 2017-18 President of the Oklahoma Wheat Growers’ Association at their annual meeting held August 3 in El Reno. Keeff is a fourth-generation farmer who grew up helping his father and grandfather with the family business and became personally invested right after high school. Keeff received his bachelors and masters in agricultural economics from Oklahoma State University. Today their operation consists of wheat, cotton, cattle and sesame. In addition to serving on the Oklahoma Wheat Growers’ Association Board he also serves on the National Association of Wheat Growers Board, Cotton Incorporated State Support Committee, President of the Jackson County Farm Bureau, past member of the Oklahoma Farm Bureau State PAC Board, past National Cotton Council Delegate and previous Chairman of the Oklahoma Farm Bureau Young Farmers and Ranchers. Keeff is also active with the Western Oklahoma State College Agricultural Advisory Committee.



Other Officers elected by the Board are Vice President Kenton Patzkowsky, Balko; Secretary Jimmy Emmons, Leedey; and Treasurer Dennis Schoenhals, Kremlin. Joe Neal Hampton, of Enid, serves as the Executive Director. Serving as Directors are: Terry Detrick, Ames; Kenton Patzkowsky, Balko; Paul Yauk, Buffalo; David Eyster, Thomas; Bob Howard, Headrick; Joe Caughlin, Tonkawa; Kent McAninch, Tonkawa; Fred Schmedt, Altus, Travis Schnaithman, Garber; Curtis Vap, Newkirk; Owen Westfahl, Okeene; David Gammill, Chattanooga and Jimmie Musick, Sentinel.



Source - Oklahoma Wheat Growers Association





   

 

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