News Release

Oklahoma Farming and Ranching Foundation, OKFB Legal Foundation to host annual Shotgun Shoot

August 3, 2017  • OKFB Leadership Team

2017 Shotgun Shoot Fundraiser

The Oklahoma Farming and Ranching Foundation and the Oklahoma Farm Bureau Legal Foundation will host their second-annual Shotgun Shoot Fundraiser Friday, August 25 at Quail Ridge Sporting Clays in McLoud. 

The event will feature a full morning of fun, food and friendly competition for the four-person teams as they tackle a variety of shooting challenges on the course.

Sponsorships are available at four different levels:

  • Platinum – $750: Includes a station sponsorship, a logo on the event banner and a customized gift.
  • Gold – $500: Includes a station sponsorship and a logo on the event banner.
  • Silver – $375: Includes a four-person team entry.
  • Bronze – $100: Includes a single-person entry.

Event registration begins at 8:30 a.m. and lunch will be served at 11:30 a.m.

For more information or to sign up as a sponsor or team, contact LeeAnna McNally at LeeAnnaMcNally@okfb.org or at (405) 530-2681.

About the Oklahoma Farming and Ranching Foundation

The Oklahoma Farming and Ranching Foundation was formed in 2011 as a 501 (c)(3) non-profit to enhance awareness and understanding of agriculture’s contribution and importance to the state of Oklahoma. Through educational and social programs for citizens of all ages, the Foundation aims to help Oklahomans understand the positive impact agriculture has on the state and the importance of protecting it for future generations. From promoting and assisting beginning farmers and ranchers to educating youth interested in agricultural pursuits, the foundation creates agricultural awareness.

About the Oklahoma Farm Bureau Legal Foundation

The Oklahoma Farm Bureau Legal Foundation (OFBLF) was created in 2001 by the Oklahoma Farm Bureau Board of Directors for the purpose of entering the legal arena to protect private property rights and production agriculture.

OFBLF strives to serve farmers and ranchers through engaging in public interest litigation, researching legal issues affecting family farmers and rural Oklahomans, and educating farmers and ranchers and the public about issues important to agriculture.