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BlackOak Farms, a Full-Service Upland Bird Hunting Operation and Ranch Set to Open in Cotton County

Mon, 21 Oct 2019 16:52:16 CDT

BlackOak Farms, a Full-Service Upland Bird Hunting Operation and Ranch Set to Open in Cotton County The BlackOak Group announced today the opening of the BlackOak Farms, LLC in Cotton Co. Oklahoma. BlackOak Farms is owned and operated by John and Monica (Miller) Collison of Edmond Oklahoma. BlackOak Farms will be a full-service upland bird hunting operation, along with the traditional agriculture practices of farming and ranching. BlackOak Farms will be a full-service upscale quail hunting experience of the old-world tradition. It will offer a hunting and shooting experience that will cater to the needs and wants of every sportsman.

John Collison, President and CEO of BlackOak Farms said today “We are excited to bring BlackOak Farms to Cotton County and open a premier sporting experience. We, at BlackOak Farms, have hosted and entertained guests for years through all forms of hunting entertainment.” Southwest Oklahoma and Cotton County have a rich history of not only bird hunting, but in hunting the Bob White quail. We look forward to bringing back this experience to people from all over the world. BlackOak Farms will focus on an all-around hunting experience for people of all ages.

Monica (Miller) Collison whose family has resided in Grandfield, Oklahoma, for generations was quoted as saying, “I am so happy to have the opportunity to bring BlackOak Farms back to my hometown. As a young girl growing up in the Big Pasture area, I was always seeking a path to find a way back to my rural roots. We are beyond excited that BlackOak Farms will give all walks of life the chance to experience this special quality of life that I enjoyed as a child growing up in this historical region of Oklahoma.”

Collison went on to say. “With the amenities that are afforded to us in southwest Oklahoma, including direct com-mercial and private air service as well as wonderful dining and entertainment options just minutes away, along with the rich Texas and Oklahoma history abounding around us, BlackOak Farms will be a first-class hunting operation. I have been fortunate to shoot in some fine places around the world, but nothing compares to a day in the Red River Valley chasing Mr. Bob himself”.

BlackOak Farms will begin its operations immediately and is currently booking for the 2020 season. BlackOak Farms is a wholly owned subsidiary of The BlackOak Group.

Source: BlackOak Group



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