They call it Sutherland's Express. Sutherland's will open their third Tulsa area Express store in the spring of 2001 in Jenks.

Their first local drive-through Express is in Bixby at 151st and Memorial. In the spring of 1999 a second was opened on the south west corner of 51st street and Peoria in Tulsa. The third has just broken ground at 96th St. (Main Street in Jenks) and U.S. 75.

They have cut several time consuming steps out of the average customer's shopping routine so they can really save time. Tack, feed, farm buildings, farm products and a full line of fencing, including electric fencing as well as the new Vinyl fencing make Sutherland's the right place to shop for customers who farm and ranch.

Also, all of the Tulsa area Sutherland's stores carry a full line of Priefert and Marbill corral panels, squeeze chutes, livestock and dog pens and agricultural feeding systems.

Chris Fowler of the Broken Arrow Sutherland store heads up the Sutherland's Farm Building program. He can quote engineered and guaranteed buildings any way the customers want them-a package or he can turn-key the whole job. Sutherland's has been selling rural bars and buildings since 1917.

This year, as in years past, Sutherland's will sponsor "Gentle Horse Trainer" Craig Cameron, who will give two free gentle horse training demonstrations each day of the Farm Show. The hours of his demonstrations are: Thursday and Sunday at 9:30 a.m. and 2 p.m., and Friday at 9:30 a.m. and 3 p.m.

Come on out and visit the Sutherland's booth, where you can see some examples of their farm buildings and products and stay for the free horse-training demonstrations.

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