The Ozark Fall Farmfest is held annually on the first weekend of October at the Ozark Empire Fairgrounds in Springfield, Missouri. With over 1,000 agricultural and rural living exhibits and more than 600 head of registered livestock on display, it has become the Ozarks’ largest agricultural event
Join us on October 10th for informational presentations on Adding Value through Selection by Curtis Bryant (NeoGen) and Strategies for Selecting and Getting the Most out of your Bulls by Steven Rogers (ShowMe Genetics). Breakfast will be served at 9am, followed with presentations at 10am. Soups and snacks will be available the remainder of the day and sale cattle will be available to view. We will finish the evening with an ice cream social from 6-8pm.
We invite you to join us for our Second Annual Production sale. Cattle will be available to view from noon until sale time. Dinner will be served at 5:00, sale begins at 6:00. We are excited to have Wes Tiemann and Parker Friedrich as our sale managers again this year.
Follow us to Salem, Missouri for the Smith Valley Angus Annual Sale. Brian and Kim Smith are fantastic people and we would encourage you to join us at their sale.
Did you know Edwin P. Hubble was born in Marshfield, Missouri? Check out a replica of his famous telescope on the town square.
Looking for a thrill? Branson, Missouri is just over an hour from the sale location and offers a host of shows and experiences. A local favorite is Silver Dollar City with roller coasters, gift shops, and delicious food. Plan a trip to Silver Dollar City.
As one of Missouri's earliest state parks and spanning over 3,000 acres, this makes a beautiful and peaceful stop in the Ozarks. This park is known for it's trout fishing. Plan a visit.
Ha Ha Tonka is a "geological wonder!" In addition to castle ruins, you can find sink holes and natural bridges. With many available walking trails, this is a beautiful park to explore and view the fall foliage.
Springfield, Missouri (just down the road) is the birth place of Springfield Style Cashew Chicken. For our favorite take, stop by Oriental Inn off Spur Drive in Marshfield. However, be prepared, they only take cash. This is a local landmark.
Holiday Inn (Marshfield) ~ 2 miles to sale
Super 8 (Strafford) ~ 12 miles to sale
Springfield- Branson National Airport (SGF) ~30 miles to sale