The journey through the year-long Oklahoma Agricultural Leadership Encounter membership continues as this year’s 12 OALE Class XIX members explored Southwest Oklahoma.
“I believe in the future of agriculture.”
The infamous words of E.M. Tiffany that still rings true today.
Oklahoma Youth Expo remains the world’s largest junior livestock show.
Wake up, get dressed, head to the barn, feed, eat breakfast, and, now, head to school. While the dog days of summer may be coming to a close, there is excitement to be found in this new season. Not only is it experiencing new teachers and making new friends, it is…
Henry Duane Harrel of Leedey, Oklahoma blessed and honored us with his presence for 83 years 10 months and 1 day as he gained his wings on Monday, August 16, 2021. Duane was born on October 15, 1937, at his parent’s home place near Leedey, Oklahoma, to the late Henry.
The Oklahoma Youth Expo and the National Swine Registry are excited to announce the inaugural Purebred Hampshire Barrow show in 2022, thanks to a $50,000 endowed gift from NSR and Hampshire enthusiasts and breeders.
We made a promise. A promise to keep our youth in the spotlight. A promise to come back stronger together. A promise to unite as an industry. This year, we held true to that promise. 365 days of uncertainty and preparation, all to uphold our promise. Our promise of…
Oklahoma 4-H and FFA members awarded $1.25 million at Sale of Champions and $300,000 in academic scholarships.
The show stick and the whip. Presentation is key. Keeping your animal at ease, their feet in place, head up, tail tucked and turning at just the right time to give the judge the perfect view. The comb or brush. Keeps every strand of hair in place. Maximizing the look…
The lessons we learn while wearing the coveted blue corduroy are infinite. And they don’t end when you take off your jacket for the last time.
This year is the year of redemption. The year we are going to show everyone what we are made of: resilience, hard work, and an undying passion for an industry that never stops.
The following rules and regulations will be implemented to ensure the health and safety of all in attendance at the 2021 Oklahoma Youth Expo.
The Oklahoma Youth Expo on Wednesday will celebrate completion of a $2 million headquarters facility the organization will use to promote agricultural education programs for more than 7,500 young people from across the state.
Purchase your nominations for the 2021 Oklahoma Youth Expo today!
The Oklahoma Youth Expo presents the EYO livestock show September 18 – 20, 2020.