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  • 22 Mar 2022 11:11 AM | Kathy Giesen (Administrator)


    If you would like your farm or business featured on our business card pages, email digital pdf file or scanned image (must be readable resolution) of your business card to:

    Email to Meagan Lewis here

    This gives Tri-State members a way to reach out to one another for services and to buy or sell deer!  There will be limited pages for these card spreads, first come first serve. The overflow would be placed in the next issue and cards will be rotated each quarter.

    If you have any questions please contact Kathy Giesen: 435-817-0150

  • 22 Mar 2022 11:08 AM | Kathy Giesen (Administrator)


    I hope you’re all doing well! My name is Meagan Lewis, and I’m excited to be serving as your secretary for Whitetails of Oklahoma.  Just a little about me; is that I never dreamed I’d be making a life out of one of my favorite past times.  When my husband (Jeremy) and I first thought about deer farming, we did a lot of research on the different rules of the business. We purchased our first deer farm in the state of Oklahoma, in the year of 2017. (Antlers Trophy Whitetails) I can honestly say that being involved in the deer business has helped us to form solid friendships, and meet some very amazing individuals.  We are truly blessed to have a spot of God’s country here in this great state of Oklahoma, one of the friendliest deer breeder states! 

    I am actively seeking articles, hunting, or fishing related for the quarterly newsletters. This can include articles about your personal hunting experiences, grandchildren, and kiddos. Some helpful tips, pointers on animal care, just all-around articles with some knowledge to other fellow deer farmers, or just good old fun deer & fishing stories.  You are all what helps make these newsletters possible, and helps to keep them interesting. I will provide my contact info below, to be able to submit articles, or ask any questions you may have. I would also like to remind everyone we will have a new website launched. You’ll be able to go online and join as a member, or even let a fellow friend who may want newsletters, know they may join as a member with no voting rights, but still receive our quarterly letters. We are actively seeking new members for the growth within our state. I know that with every one of us coming together and collaborating we can make that happen.  

    We are super excited to be able to have a Picnic this year!  The last couple of years we were unable to have one, so this is very exciting news. A big special Thank you, goes out to President Chris Ezell, for hosting this year’s picnic. It will be held May 14th, 10AM at Cougar Ridge Whitetails. You and your families come out hungry and ready to have a good time! We hope to see everyone there! Stay safe, God Bless!  

    Whitetails of Oklahoma Secretary,  

    Meagan Lewis 

    Email: mjlewis2020@icloud.com 

    C: 979-864-7732

  • 22 Jan 2022 6:23 AM | Kathy Giesen (Administrator)

    Many in the industry attended and supported these 3 state associations. Visit the Photo Gallery to see all of the activity.

  • 1 Dec 2021 6:20 AM | Kathy Giesen (Administrator)

    As the year is coming to an end it was nice to see the Chronic Wasting Disease Research and Management Act pass the House! We are looking forward to equal success in the Senate!


    “On behalf of deer farmers and their families, I want to thank Representatives Kind and Thompson for getting this legislation passed through the House of Representatives. As an industry, we have been fighting CWD each day and advocating for more research funding for years. Working together with our partner organizations we now have legislation to combat this disease. NADeFA applauds our sponsor’s leadership and the House passage of HR 5608, we now look forward to working with the Senate to ensure this bill becomes law. CWD is a constant worry our agricultural sector faces daily, however, this legislation will help save the family farm and the rural communities who depend upon our industries,” said Shawn Schafer, Executive Director North American Deer Farmers Association. 

    Shawn Schafer

    Executive Director


       

Whitetails of Oklahoma

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