Custer County Farm Bureau

Custer County Farm Bureau

Custer County Farm Bureau sponsors teens to the OFB Summer Safety Camp/Outdoor Adventure each year, and supports the county 4-H programs with donations to the 4-H Dollars Program and the county Junior Livestock Show. Our county's women's committee is very active with the safety program, taking bus and bicycle safety seminars to all county schools. The county's top crops and livestock include wheat and cattle, but cotton is making a comeback, and sheep are increasing in number. Custer County is home to the Route 66 Museum, Cheyenne Cultural Center, Mohawk Indian Store (oldest continuously operated in the state), Foss Lake, Washita Wildlife Refuge, Tom Stafford Museum, and Southwestern Oklahoma State University in Weatherford.

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President
Lawrence Sawtzky (Clinton)

Vice President
Bill Sawatzky (Custer City)

Secretary
Alveta Taylor (Thomas)

Treasurer
Tommy Snider (Clinton)

Director
Howard Bartel (Weatherford)

Director
Jeff Dozier (Weatherford)

Director
Ken Hamar (Clinton)

Director
Kent Switzer (Thomas)

Director
Rusty Roush (Clinton)

2700 West Modelle Ave.
Clinton, OK 73601

Map: from Google maps (External Link)

Phone: 580-323-1270
Fax: 580-323-7812

Email: Custer.CO20@okfb.com

Secretary: Phyllis Martin

510 E. Main
Weatherford, OK 73096-492

Map: from Google maps (External Link)

Phone: 580-772-1122
Fax: 580-772-5338
Email: Custer_County_Weatherford_co20S@okfb.org