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2020 Conference – Canceled

After much discussion and thought we have canceled the State Women in Agriculture Conference scheduled for August 6-7, 2020. This was a very difficult decision however after discussions with the hotel staff, OSU Administration and unknowns about social distancing guidelines the committee felt it was too uncertain.


Although everyone is disappointed about this year’s conference, I am excited to announce our reschedule dates of August 9-10, 2021! 


We would like to thank all of our sponsors for their generous support of the 2020 conference and their willingness to continue that support for 2021.  Please help us show appreciation as you are in contact with them throughout the year.  Our Keynote Speakers are also available for our new dates in 2021 and we look forward to hearing their messages.  Until then, please bookmark this webpage and follow our Women in Ag Facebook page for timely topics, resources and information.  We want to be your educational resource all year round!      


Save the Date

Women in Agriculture and Small Business conference

August 9-10, 2021

Embassy Suite - Downtown Medical Center

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma


Education | Networking | Resources

The Oklahoma Women in Agriculture and Small Business conference provides risk Dr. Doye speaking to a group of women.

management education in the areas of production,

marketing, financial, legal and human risks inherent to women owned operations. Four general sessions and more than 25 concurrent workshops focus on educational information and resources to mitigate and manage risks through implementation of new methods and tools.

Empowering Women in Rural America.



The 2021 conference provides participants opportunities for informal networking with other women in agriculture. We encourage attendees to stay at the hotel to enjoy the amenities provided, conference evening reception and take advantage of the hotel shuttle service into Bricktown. Reserve your room at a special rate and no parking fee through Women in Agriculture Conference.


Come for the education - stay for the friendships.


Keynote Speakers

The 2021 Women in Agriculture conference speakers are proudly sponsored by the Oklahoma Farm Bureau.


Day One - Michele Payn Cause Matters Corp. Connecting Gate to Plate
Take Food Bullying By the Horns

Each luncheon attendee receives a free copy of Michele’s book


Day Two - Amanda RadkeBeef Magazine
Multigenerational Family Agriculture Businesses


Get Involved

The Statewide Women in Agriculture and Small Business Conference is back for 2021 thanks to funds from Reinvesting in Oklahoma State University's Division of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources, along with an increase in private sponsorships making it possible to resume this amazing educational event. Display booths for products, programs or resources require a $250 sponsorship and include one registration. 


If you would like to become a conference sponsor, there are several levels available. Contact  Sonya McDaniel or visit the sponsorship site. You can sign up to sponsor the conference online - Visa, MasterCard, Discover or American Express accepted.


Contact Ag Conferences at (405) 744-6489 for billing questions or request an invoice.   

Thank you to the following 2020 Sponsorships!


Posse Sponsors

Oklahoma Farm Bureau logo.

Southern Extension Risk Management Education logo.









Livingston Machinery Company logo.


American Farmers and Ranchers logo.










Orange Sponsor

 Noble Research Institute logo.







The United States Department of Agriculture - Natural Resources Conservation Service logo.










White Sponsor

Oklahoma Agriculture Mediation Program logo.

Great Plains Kubota logo.

 Oklahoma Wheat Commission logo.







National Livestock logo.










Corporate Sponsors

  • Farm Credit Associations
  • Oklahoma Cattlewomens
  • Oklahoma Mesonet
  • Oklahoma Pork Council
  • Pottawatomie County Farm Bureau


See y'all in August 2021!

Oklahoma Women in Agriculture and Small Business logo.








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