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Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College and Bartlett Co-Op Association

The Bartlett Co-Op Association was established in April 1950 in Bartlett, Kansas. It is a patron-owned agriculture cooperative with seven locations in southeast Kansas and one location in northeast Oklahoma. In 2014, the cooperative crossed into Oklahoma, serving area farmers from Big Cabin. Having a location near Miami is a great benefit to Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College’s agriculture department. Over the years, Bartlett Co-Op has contributed to the growth of the department and its students. A Bartlett Co-Op employee, Zeb King, is an adjunct professor for the agriculture department. A partnership was established for co-op employees to attend classes at NEO and receive an Equine and Ranch Management two-year certificate. Students also participate in internships with the co-op, which may transition into full-time jobs. The Bartlett Co-Op Association provides financial support for agriculture students, serves as Plant and Soil Advisory board members, provides sponsorship for NEO Aggie Days and donates seed, equipment and fertilizer for many NEO projects.

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