Oklahoma Energy & Agriculture Training

Kiddie Farm by Oklahoma Energy and Agriculture Training (OK EAT) is on unique acreage inside city limits of Bartlesville and is home to a one-of-a-kind landscape once operated by oil man Frank Phillips. Children experience farming through play by exploring farm terrain on 12-volt ride-on tractors and Gators. Youngsters haul hay, sand, dirt, corn (seasonal), and pumpkins (seasonal) in the beds of their battery-operated ride-on “equipment.” General farming sessions - Summer and Fall Hours/June to mid-November, weather permitting (like our Facebook page and see pinned post for updated days/hours of operation). Message us on Facebook to schedule parties, group events, and field trips – inside or outside regular season schedule. Parents/Adults, don’t forget your lawn chairs for relaxing while watching your little one(s) farm!

Kiddie Farming for children ages 14 months – 70 pounds ($5/child; adults free)

Heirloom organic tomato picking

Pumpkin patch

Agriculture/tractor and implement training (reservations required for classes)


  • Kelly Zimmerman
    • 202-997-7902
  • Colonel Kenneth Suggs
    • 210-562-0628


Address: 530 NE Wilshire Avenue, Bartlesville

From Hwy 75 North:

Hwy 75 North to Nebraska Street; East on Nebraska Street; ½ mile on Nebraska Street and then North on Wilshire Avenue.

**Wilshire Avenue dead-ends into Kiddie Farm.


Bartlesville Northeast