Oklahoma Agriculture: Past, Present, and Future Directed by Christopher Hunt (1577 Productions) | Kirkpatrick Foundation Since the 1800s, farming and ranching have been central to Oklahoma’s culture and identity. But as times change, the nature of agriculture has changed, too. In this short film produced by the Kirkpatrick Foundation, the history of Oklahoma farming and ranching is presented alongside two recent developments in agricultural production: modern consolidated food processing and organic, cruelty-free farming and ranching. Featuring Dr. Bob Blackburn, Executive Director, Oklahoma Historical Society Dr. Bailey Norwood, Professor of Agricultural Economics, Oklahoma State University Tim Osborn and Will Osborn of Osborn Farms, Bokchito, Oklahoma #SQ777 #knowbeforeyouvote Related PostsTom Heap looks at the past, present and future of agriculture at the Science MuseumThe Present State and Future of Agriculture – January 2012What Is The Future Of Agriculture?Organic Sustainable Farming is the Future of AgricultureTHESIS 2013 RMUTT – INNOVATION VERTICAL FARMING FOR FUTURE IN BANGKOK (HD)The Future of Transportation in NJ (2005)
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