Tuesday, May 15, 2012


One of our pastures with Buffalo Mountain in background
Buffalo Mountain
Our hay meadow with the Buffalo Mountain in the background

We are proud to announce that with the help of caring investors we have purchased 160 acres of ranch land in Southeast Oklahoma near Talihina. The land will allow us to give Native American men a second chance after life changing events. Beginner farmer/rancher training will be provided to men who are interested in learning an agricultural vocation through a hands on work/training program. We are a residential facilities  open to men who want to live on a working farm. Our program is structured so a disabled man could benefit. IN A GOOD WAY farm will allow us to fulfill our goal to give Native American men a hand up not a hand out.

The farm faces Buffalo Mountain to the north and the Tater Hills to the south. The property has always been owned by Choctaw Indians. Relics from an Indian camp are often found on the ranch. In the past the ranch has been utilized to raise cattle, grow, and harvest hay.

1 comment:

  1. Congratulations for owning such beautiful greenery! How charitable of you to provide agricultural training for the would-be and aspiring farmers. The wonder of owning a land is you could either use it for profit, leisure or charity; it's one of the best asset one could invest for.

    Darren Lanphere