2017 Commodity Conference


Lickskillet Acres

Lickskillet Acres is a family farm in Adger, Alabama that raises small to medium sized Myotonic or Tennessee Fainting Goats for meat and companionship. Along with this wonderful breed of goats, they also have black belly sheep, donkeys, llamas, rhea, emus, a pony, peacocks, turkeys, chickens, guineas an assortment of cats and of course livestock guardian dogs. 



Bradley Hay & Cattle Farm

Bradley Hay & Cattle covers about 1,000 acres in southern Jefferson County and is farmed by Steve Bradley. The farm raises commercial cows and sells feeder calves as well as three types of hay. High quality horse hay in small square bales, cattle hay in round bales and mulch hay for the construction and environmental reclamation business. 


Griffin Farm

Lazy Boy BBQ, Alabaster (Lunch)

Amy and Jamie Griffin were the 2011 OYFF Equine Division Winners and will be the host for lunch at their burgeoning agritourism business. 


Lawler Farm

Lawler farm located in Montevallo, Alabma is a progressive beef cattle farm that raises and sells weaned, preconditioned feeder cattle through a certified board sale. They focus on growing calves that fit their environment while having the performance traits their feed yard customers desire for efficient growth and high quality carcass grades. 


Inanda Stables is a unique boarding and training facility located within the community of Shoal Creek, just minutes from downtown Birmingham, Alabama. This beautiful property features twenty-nine 12' x 12' stalls, a lighted indoor arena, an Olympic-sized dressage arena, a jumping arena, lush pastures, and miles of trails. Inanda Stables welcomes all disciplines of riding and cater to both the casual rider and those who love to compete. 


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