Information for and about our Oklahoma growers
Farm to School is a great avenue for farmers to explore. It increases market opportunities for farmers, ranchers, food processors, and food manufacturers.

Farmer Benefits

  • Average 5% increase in income for Farm to School sales for individual farmers (research compiled and supported by the National Farm to School Network)
  • Increased market diversification, positive relationships with school districts, parents and communities
  • Ability to develop contracts with schools to plant crops for them
  • Opportunities to explore processing and preservation methods for institutional markets
  • Establishment of grower cooperatives to supply institutional markets
  • Potential grant opportunities

Source: National Farm to School Network;

Cattletracks LLC

Jon & Kris Gosney
Rt. 1, Box 103
Fairview, OK 73737
Organic beef, jerky

Creekside Plants & Produce

Lyle & Rae Blakely and children
Rashele, Reighly and Larahmy
13103 South 4090 Rd.
Oolagah, OK
More Info

Crow Vegetable Farms

Ricky, Claudia and sons
Brandon & Jason Crow
47504 Independence
Shawnee, OK, 74804
More Info

Eden Veggies

24052 East 91st Street South
Broken Arrow, OK 74014
(918) 409-1609

The Garden Spot

Rochelle King
Spencer, OK

Great Plains RC&D

Development of whole wheat flour milled from wheat grown by no-till wheat farmers in Western Oklahoma.

Sugar Creek Brand

Kevin Hughes, Shaylee Hughes,
Bruce Price & Bob Ramming
Hinton, Ok
More Info

Phocus Farms

Steve Hill
Edmond, OK

Symbiotic Aquaponics

100 Nelson Road
Talihina, Oklahoma 74571

Stone Stack Mill

Loren Liebscher
Hydro, OK

TG Farms

Todd Griffith
1580 NW Highway 37
Newcastle, OK  73065
More info

Trebuchet Gardens

Tod & Jaime Hanley 501 66th Ave SE Norman, OK  73026 405-708-2292 More info

Triple S Farms

Upper Red Fork Innovations

David & Tami Buss and children Kearston, Tucker & Bo
13720 North 114th Street
Hunter, OK  74640
More Info

Whitmore Farms

Wayne & Connie Whitmore and children Justin & Cara
10320 W. 140th
Coyle, OK, 73027
More Info

Seeking Farmers for Farm to School!

If you are a farmer who is interested in working with schools please fill out the form below to tell us a little more about your farm and how to contact you.
The information you provide will be shared with schools in your area and will give school officials the information they need to start doing business with you!

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