The Agritourist

The Agritourist is Oklahoma's Agritourism blog, featuring cool links, articles about local attractions and more Oklahoma Agritourism insider info.

Grape Stompin' @ Pecan Creek Winery

Muskogee, OK Have you heard of the new winery in Muskogee? Pecan Creek Winery was opened in November 2014. It all began by planting the first 500 grapevines in April 2013. The vineyard has continued to grow with another 600 ...

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Get your hands dirty on Sollymon Farm

Claremore, OK Sollymon Farm, located in Claremore, offers farm fresh produce and eggs for purchase or U-Pick. All the animals at Sollymon Farm are heritage breeds such as Dexter cattle, Tunis sheep as well as Plymouth Rock and Orpington chickens. ...

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Where did you meet your first buffalo??

Wichita Buffalo Company Hinton, OK Just outside of Hinton, James and Sandy Stepp own and operate the Wichita Buffalo Company. James, a former information technology consultant, grew up on a farm in Comanche Oklahoma and Sandy, a former elementary teacher ...

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The Man with the Lavender

Apache, OK In Southwest Oklahoma, just west of the small town of Apache, Jag and Lynda Sodhi are proving that traditional, commodity farming can be enhanced by incorporating a specialty crop. The idea to grow lavender came to Lynda first ...

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Et Tu, Brut?

Et Tu, Brut? This itinerary was made for long weekends and leisurely meandering. From Stillwater to Shidler, picturesque and palatable experiences await! Stroll the perennial, rose and herb gardens of Woodland Park Winery before sampling estate bottled wines and a ...

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Season's Pickins

Horn Canna Farm Horn Canna Farm, Inc. is one of the largest growers of canna bulbs in the world. Located just north of Carnegie, Oklahoma, it all began quite simply. In the early 1920's, Frances Horn received six canna bulbs ...

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Recipe For Success - Pecan Valley Inn B&B

Pecan Valley Inn Bed and Breakfast Spring is the perfect time of the year to experience a unique Oklahoma Victorian home referred to as the “Mansion of the Area” during Indian Territory and early statehood days. In 1898, a very ...

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