Keeff Felty is a fourth-generation family farmer in the Altus area. He took over and expanded the family operation from his father and grandfather after becoming invested in the farm right after high school. The family farm consists of approximately 6700 acres of cotton, wheat, sesame, and pasture-land.
Keeff attended Oklahoma State University (OSU) receiving his Master of Science degree in Agriculture Economics in 1991. He was recognized by OSU’s Plant and Soil Science Department in 2017 with the state Master Agronomist award for his progressive production methods and ongoing work with OSU in field trial activities.
He is also very active with state commodity boards and agriculture organizations including the Oklahoma Wheat Growers Association, Cotton Incorporated Oklahoma State Support Committee and has served on various commodity committees within the American Farm Bureau Federation and the Oklahoma Farm Bureau PAC Board.