Cimarron Feeders

Texhoma, Oklahoma

Economic impact

Payroll: Nearly $3M
Livestock Payments: $185M+
Payroll Taxes: $160,000+
Area Unemployment: 2.5%
Utilities: $800,000+

Cimarron Feeders, a 66,000 head feedyard completed in 1969, is located 17 miles south of Keys, Oklahoma, near the town of Texhoma, Oklahoma. Texhoma boasts a population of 936. The majority of Cimarron Feeder team members live in Stratford, Texas, Boise City, Oklahoma and Texhoma. Cimarron County is the only county in the United States that borders four states: Colorado, Kansas, New Mexico, and Texas.

Nestled right next door to Cimarron is Oklahoma’s largest cow-calf operation, which covers 68,000 acres of land and includes approximately 2,000 head of mother cows.

Five Rivers Cimarron Feeders is a proud member of the Cimarron County, OK, and Sherman County, TX, community. Every year, Cimarron hosts a Relay for Life golf tournament that raises awareness and funds for this important cause to combat cancer.

Cimarron was built by local investors and has carried the names of Continental Grain or ContiBeef and Five Rivers Ranch Cattle Feeding.

Address
Rt. 1, PO Box 59
Texhoma, OK 73949

833.450.1889

General Manager
Ed Burr
580.308.1580

Team Members
50

Cattle Capacity
66,000 head

Feedlot Space
Feedyard Area: 200 acres
Irrigated/Dryland: 1,120 acres

Geographical Purchasing Region
Southern Oklahoma & Arkansas

Grain Storage/Bushel
133,928

Moisture
Average Precipitation: 14 inches
Average Snowfall: 12 inches

Ed Burr

General Manager

Ed started his career at Cimarron Feeders in 1994 after graduating from Sul Ross State University. Ed and his wife started a family in Stratford, TX where they currently reside. Their oldest son is employed in the stocker cattle business while their only daughter is an LCU graduate now pursuing a doctorate degree from Texas Tech University. Their youngest son will be a Senior at Stratford high school where he plays football. Ed and his wife enjoy following their kids rodeo, basketball, and football.  

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