Family owned for more than a Half Century
Moore’s Fish Farm has been owned and operated by family for more than 50 years! We raise and sell fish for pond stocking and also food. Our operation includes 150 head of cows. We have Brahman influenced cattle and our goal is to produce quality commercial seed stock. In addition to fish and cattle we also bale Prairie & Bermuda hay that we sell off of the farm. We have developed a diverse operation that helps us keep going and that includes a Fish Fry Restaurant. The restaurant is open year round on the third Friday and Saturday of each month.
Meet our Team
We are a small team but one that makes it work nonetheless!
Dewayne married Dianna Moore in 1976 and thus began his fish farming experience. He is a licensed plumber and had a private plumbing business and worked in Maintenance at Pryor schools. He retired a few years ago and works full time at the farm. He began operating the farm in 1998 with his wife Dianna. After her passing in 2007 Dewayne, along with his son and daughter in law, work to keep the farm operating. Dewayne can be found feeding fish, seining, or putting his plumbing skills to use around the farm. He finished the wood details inside of our restaurant add on and is always working on the farm’s never-ending to do list! When he’s not working at the farm he can be seen riding his motorcycle or flying his powered parachute. He also enjoys old cars and building things.
Brandon & Casey Mote
Brandon & Casey were married in 2006 and have two sons. If you call the farm chances are you will be talking to Brandon, who is a 3rd generation fish farmer! He has worked at the farm his entire life being able to learn from his mother and grandfather before their passing. Fish farming, raising cattle, and baling hay have been a lifelong passion for him and continues to be. His work and his hobbies are one in the same and he loves being able to share this lifestyle with his sons. In addition to answering the phone, he also feeds fish and seines. Casey grew up on a small farm outside of Pryor and was very active in 4-H and FFA. She loves fish farming and Brahman cattle and enjoys working with the cow/calf operation. She runs the website and any computer related side to the business including social media. She enjoys taking pictures around the farm and sharing them on Facebook or Instagram for others to see.