Annual Meeting Notice

The regular ANNUAL MEETING of the DACOMA FARMERS COOPERATIVE INCORPORATED, Dacoma, Oklahoma, will be held THURSDAY, APRIL 8, 2021.  The meeting will be at the Dacoma Coop Office, 327 Main Street, Dacoma, Oklahoma, with lunch being served promptly at 12:00 p.m.  Please enter through the south doors of the building. If you cannot attend in person, a zoom meeting will also be held. The zoom call will start promptly at 12:30 pm. For access to the zoom meeting please call the Dacoma Office at 580-871-2231 or email us for the ID and Passcode.


Dacoma Farmers Coop is now an authorized Belray distributor. Please check out our newest page and some of the Belray products that we now offer here. You can also familiarize yourself more with the Belray line of products at their website, If there are any products that you don't see listed please feel free to call or email us and we will see if it is an item we can get for you.


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