Farm Jobs in Oklahoma

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    About Agriculture Jobs in Oklahoma

    We feature the best agriculture jobs in Oklahoma with new jobs being posted weekly.

    Oklahoma’s impressive agricultural impact extends far beyond the state line. Ranked fourth in the nation by number of farms, Sooner State’s 78,000 farms cover 34.2 million acres of land, with an average farm size of 438 acres.

    Hardworking farmers and ranchers grow and raise important staples of the state such as pigs, cows and calves, soybeans, winter wheat, rye, nuts, milk, and more.

    Many of these products put Oklahoma on the map in national rankings, including number 1 for rye, number 2 for beef and winter wheat, and number 4 for pecans.

    Although Oklahoma supplies the United States with food, fuel, and fiber, the state is also extremely valuable in an international sense.

    In 2013, the total value of the state’s agricultural exports was estimated at $ 1.9 billion.

    Wheat, beef and veal, pork, skins and furs, and chicken contributed most of Oklahoma’s economy. Major export markets include Japan and other Asia-Pacific countries.