Ponca City Farmer Don Schieber Named 2022 Agriculture Hall of Fame Inductee

Oklahoma Dept. of Agriculture Food Forestry - March 21, 2022 5:25 pm

Oklahoma City– Secretary of Agriculture Blayne Arthur is proud to announce Mr. Don Schieber as the recipient of the 2022 Governor’s Outstanding Achievement Award in Agriculture.
The Ponca City farmer will become the 25th inductee into the Oklahoma Agriculture Hall of Fame, the state’s most prestigious agriculture award.
Schieber will be arriving to the Annual Ag Day at the Capitol event in Oklahoma City via a mule team wagon on Thursday, March 24th at 8:00 a.m., alongside of Governor Kevin Stitt and Sec. Arthur.
The Outstanding Achievement in Agriculture Award is the highest award given by the Governor to honor distinguished Oklahoma agriculture producers.
This prestigious award honors leaders in the agriculture industry who exemplify personal values, performance, and achievement.
“We are exceptionally proud to call Don Schieber our 2022 Agriculture Hall of Fame inductee,” said Blayne Arthur, Oklahoma Secretary of Agriculture. “He is an exceptional agriculturist, is extremely passionate about what he does and has truly raised the bar for Oklahoma wheat producers.”
–Oklahoma Department of Agriculture, Food and Forestry
May be an image of 1 person and text that says '"There is no bettr place on Earth than to be with God and your family in the field while harvesting a crop to feed the world." Don Schieber 2022 AGRICULTURE HALL OF FAME INDUCTEE'

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