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Welcome to the LeFlore County's Agriculture page! Find information and resources about agriculture, production and management. We are always happy to help and direct you in the right direction to best fit your needs.

 

LeFlore County hosts 1,012,480 acres of plains, farmland, mountains and nature. The county seat is Poteau nestled below Cavanal Hill considered the "Worlds largest hill" at 1999 ft. The average rainfall is 48 inches with average temperatures of 59-62 F. The county ranks number 1 in Poultry - broiler production and number 5 in cow-calf production. Primary crops are soybeans, corn, and winter wheat. Hay production is also utilized for cow-calf production in the county.

 

Soil, Water and Forage Testing 

The OSU Soil, Water & Forage Analytical Laboratory works in conjunction with the OSU Extension. To help serve the state of Oklahoma with testing Services, each County Extension Office is set up to take samples for analysis. You are encouraged to take your sample to your local County Extension office.

 

Resources

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