N That- We Need YOUR Horse; Last Call for "Farm
Mom of the Year" Nominations and Thanks Peanut
OKC Farm Show will be here before you
know it- and once again, we are looking for a few
good horses that need a little discipline in their
lives- Horse trainer Scott Daily
is returning to the 2015 Oklahoma City Farm Show
to demonstrate his training techniques- and if you
have a horse that you would like to be involved
April 16-18- I need to hear from you.
can call me at 405-841-3675 or you can
email me by clicking
here- tell me about your horse- tell me your
name and how to contact you- and we will pass your
name along to Scott to for consideration in
getting your horse into that Round Pen at the 2015
OKC Farm Show.
looking forward to hearing from you!!!
those who have been waiting to enter their
favorite farm mom into the 2015 America's
Farmers Mom of the Year competition, now
is the time! Nominations will be accepted for one
more week - through March 31 -
and Monsanto Company wants to
hear your story!
can nominate their favorite farm mom, whether it's
their mom, sister, aunt, daughter, friend or
community member. Just visit AmericasFarmers.com during the
nomination period to review the full rules on
eligibility and judging, and submit a brief essay
online or by mail that explains how the nominated
farm mom contributes to her family, farm,
community and agriculture. Be sure to address all
four areas as a panel of judges from American
Agri-Women will use that as part of the criteria
they use to help Monsanto select five regional
Click here to read more on how to
nominate your favorite mom for America's Farmers
Mom of the Year competition.
course- we have a soft place in our heart for this
contest since the FIRST Farm Mom of the year was
Carol Cowan of Watonga- click here to remember her story
a thank you to the Oklahoma Peanut Commission and
their outgoing Executive Director Mike
Kubicek- they took time at their 2015
spring Peanut Expo to honor three members of the
ag trade media- Ron Smith, Mike
Dain and yours truly.
been talking about peanuts almost the entire time
we have been in Oklahoma- dating back to when now
Oklahoma Representative Harold Wright owned KRPT
in Anadarko- he wanted a special program on
peanuts- asked if we could do- and of course- you
don't say no to one of your great radio stations
as you are building a radio network- and that's
how our daily Peanut Talk was born- a show that
was heard on several radio stations down thru the
years and featured folks like David
Nowlin from Caddo County, Dr. Ron
Sholar when he was state oilseed/Peanut
Specialist and a during his early days as OPC
Exec- Mike Kubicek.
we've talked about them a lot ever since- so this
honor is much appreciated- here's a pic of the
plaque given to me yesterday.