Farm Family Friday: The Pfeiffer Family’s legacy of dedication and agricultural excellence in Oklahoma

Meet the Pfeiffer Family, of Logan County, Okla., whose passion for ranching runs deep. Their drive shapes not only their daily lives but also leaves a lasting impact on their agricultural community.

The Pfeiffer family is at the forefront of the agricultural landscape in central Oklahoma, focusing on the meticulous breeding of quality Angus Certified beef, along with managing a herd of commercial cows and a small flock of sheep.
Thanks to their hard work and dedication to ranching, the Logan County family recently earned them the prestigious title of the Oklahoma Farm Bureau’s 2023 District 3 Farm and Ranch Family of the Year!

The Pfeiffer’s commitment to excellence also extends to a specialized show pig operation led by Andy, showcasing their diverse involvement in the livestock industry.

For the family, farming goes beyond the daily tasks — it is about building a legacy that future generations can proudly inherit. The satisfaction derived from creating something meaningful and enduring is a driving force for the family. They understand the importance of producing food and recognize that their contribution, from raising cows to selling certified Angus beef, plays a crucial role in feeding the nation.

The Pfeiffers embrace their role as farmers with a sense of responsibility. They acknowledge the importance of providing quality food to the community and take pride in knowing that their efforts contribute to the production of certified Angus beef. Their commitment to agriculture is grounded in a genuine desire to make a difference by nourishing people and ensuring a sustainable future for the farming industry.

The Oklahoma Farm Bureau’s annual meeting in 2023 marked a significant milestone for the Pfeiffer family as they were honored with the Farm and Ranch Family of the Year award for District 3. This recognition not only celebrates their hard work and dedication but also acknowledges their positive impact on the local farming community.


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