As you run to your computer to buy that new speaker with extra bass for the barn because the old one just isn’t cutting the mustard anymore 😉, be sure and use your Amazon Smile account with the Oklahoma Youth Exposition Inc. as your charity of choice! Happy shopping! ... See MoreSee Less
Mark your calendars! The Gala of all galas is set for October 12, 2019!
Come join the Diamond Hats for an elegant night on the town and help support the youth of OYE and Oklahoma agriculture!We hope you'll join us for a night of elegance and entertainment all while supporting the agricultural youth of Oklahoma! ... See MoreSee Less
Thank you to all the sponsors!!! It was a great experience and learned quite a bit.
We had a great time! Thank you for the informative day!
Thank you. I know it takes a lot of work to put something on like this we enjoyed it.
We appreciate everyone that was involved in the Summer Spectacular. Thank you for giving up your time to help our kids. They had a fun day and learned a lot. They loved their t-shirts and charcoaled hamburgers/hotdogs. The swine kids enjoyed getting free prizes from Micah Lovelady!!😊
Thank You for all you guys do for are youth the kids really enjoyed it. Yes Micah Lovelady they love there prizes. And they said the hamburgers was a hit.
Thank you. We really enjoyed it and brought home lota of new info. You guys did a good job
“The distance that has opened between the producers of our food and the beneficiaries of their hard work, and between rural and urban Americans in general, has been sadly apparent in our politics and popular culture,” said Mitch Daniels, a Post contributing columnist, is president of Purdue University and a former governor of Indiana. “More than tolerance is in order. Some true appreciation, and even some emulation, would be helpful right now. There’s a lot to learn down on the farm.” ... See MoreSee Less