Logan County Farm Bureau

Logan County Farm Bureau

Logan County Farm Bureau gives a $2 dollar bill to each 4-H and FFA participant in the county Livestock Show. We hold a driver improvement course each year for our members. The county's top crop is wheat and the main livestock enterprise is cattle. Also, the county has several large dairy farms. The city of Guthrie in Logan County was home to the first state capitol of Oklahoma after the 1889 Land Run. Guthrie has the largest historical district in the state. It is home of one of the largest Masonic temples in the world, Lazy E Arena, Bluegrass and Banjo Festivals, along with a several other festivals each year.

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Board Members Main Office

President
John H. Pfeiffer Jr (Mulhall)

Vice President
Mike Gorrell (Mulhall)

Secretary
Paul Fruendt (Guthrie)

Treasurer
Paul Fruendt (Guthrie)

Director
Brian Schneider (Coyle)

Director
James Freudenberger (Coyle)

Director
Rick Davis (Guthrie)

Director
Steve Montgomery (Guthrie)

Director
Tim Bartram (Guthrie)

2102 W. Noble
Guthrie, OK 73044

Map: from Google maps (External Link)

Phone: 405-282-2266
Fax: 405-282-2321

Email: Logan.CO42@okfb.com

Secretary: Billie Coffman, CSR & Karen Beverage, CSR