On today’s AFR Country Journal podcast we’re talking with Dr. Kaycee Shrum, president and dean of the Oklahoma State University Center for Health Sciences and College of Osteopathic Medicine. They recently received $2.8 million in scholarship funds to encourage FFA and 4-H members to pursue medical degrees.



On this edition of the AFR Country Journal we talk with Steve Thompson, AFR director of governmental relations, reviewing the impact of the 2018 Oklahoma Legislative session.




On this week’s show we talk “dirty” with a soil conservationist, and we report on the 2018 Oklahoma legislative session, the Governors’ agriculture awards, plus an update on the wheat crop.



We’re talking “dirty” on the latest edition of the AFR Country Journal Podcast. The National Land and Range Judging contest was held this week near El Reno, Okla. and we talked with one of the contest officials, as well as a young competitor from Hawaii.






On this week’s show we talk with USDA Deputy Sec. Stephen Censky, AFR/OFU President Terry Detrick, Mulhal,Okla., ranchers Gaye and John Pfeiffer, and Okarche, Okla., wheat producer Michael Peters.



On today’s podcast we are talking with USDA Deputy Secretary Stephen Censky. He was a featured speaker at the Oklahoma FFA Convention today in Oklahoma City. We talk about a variety of subjects, starting with his message to the FFA students.




On this week’s show we focus on the wildfires in western and northwestern Oklahoma. This week we toured the area with U.S. Rep. Frank Lucas (R-OK)and USDA Undersecretary Bill Northey.


On this special edition of AFR Country Journal we focus on the wildfires that have ravaged western and northwestern Oklahoma in recent weeks. We toured the area this week with U.S. Rep. Frank Lucas (R-OK) and USDA Undersecretary for Farm and Foreign Agricultural Service Bill Northey.




On this week’s show we talk to Pam Livingston, a rancher from Seiling, Okla., where the wildfires have been raging for more than a week. We also report on the Redlands Community College livestock judging contest and the Leopold Conservation award in Oklahoma.


On this week’s show we explain why the capital gains tax deduction is important to farmers and other businesses. We also get a farm update from Okarche, Okla., farmer Chris Zummallen.