Raise Livestock and Learn Responsibility, Claremore Kids!

The Rogers County Feeding Extravaganza is kicking off another summer season. To learn about the program, you’ll need to attend a meeting on Sunday, March 4, at 2p, at the Rockin M Auction Barn in Pryor (4940 W. Hwy 20).

Looking for a way for your child to have a summer project and learn responsibility, a work ethic, leadership skills, how to feed an animal, and produce meat for their family as they get older? This program has a GUARANTEED payback on every dollar spent if your child will sell raffle tickets.

Come to this meeting to hear about program and what we stand for. Child must live in Rogers County or can live outside county, but attend a Rogers County School, public, private, or home school group. Child must be 4 years old to a senior in school at start of program to qualify for this program.

Stillwater Milling, Mid America Feed and Ag Choice will be at the meeting to speak of feeds being offered. Also, a veterinary student and a couple of animal health professionals will be speaking about medicine and will be available to answer questions.

For more information, please call Brian Marlin at 918 706 0341.

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