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This profile was last updated on 11/2/15  and contains information from public web pages and contributions from the ZoomInfo community.

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  • Oklahoma State University School of Veterinary Medicine
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Glenn Orr, managing member ..., 2 Nov 2015 [cached]
Glenn Orr, managing member of the Orr Family Farm, said he's delighted to host the Girl Scouts for the farm's "Zombie Apocalypse."
As part of the experience, visitors to the farm ride together through several scenes in which they encounter zombies - fun-loving people in costumes. Orr said the troop members will get to take their zombie-slayer mentality to new levels as they ride through the farm at dark and shoot paint guns to ward off zombies with paint balls.
He said the farm in south Oklahoma City has offered the zombie experience for several years in the fall, and people seem to love it.
He said the zombie adventure was a way to use the portion of the farm that was severely damaged when a tornado barreled through the area in May 2013.
Agritourism: Oklahoma's Economic Harvest - Central Oklahoma Frontier Country, 18 July 2008 [cached]
Dr. Glenn Orr, owner of the Orr Family Farm, a working horse farm in southwest Oklahoma City, wanted to show his grandchildren what farm life was really like.
"They thought milk came from a carton," said Orr.
Oklahoma City -, 28 Aug 2014 [cached]
The enthusiasm of the founder Dr Glenn Orr is infectious; he drives the train (a third size replica of the United States first transcontinental locomotive), guides you around the farm on his hay wagon telling stories all the way, and together with his family organizes special fun events for all the family.
After pouring every ounce of energy ..., 16 Jan 2014 [cached]
After pouring every ounce of energy into building a flourishing agritoursim business near Oklahoma's largest city, owner Glenn Orr and his family never counted on it all being shredded to pieces in just a few short minutes on a historically stormy day in May.
"But for the family, and for the employees and all for all of the people, we've got to rebuild," Orr said he had concluded shortly after the reality of the storm damage set in.
Glenn's son Tom, 48, owns and operates the year-round farm with his father and Tom's wife Debbie. The Orr Family Farm has 10 full-time staff members and employs approximately 20 people part time.
Still busy in mid-July clearing debris from the 106 acres, Orr jumped off his Bobcat just long enough to reveal in an interview the operators of the business are diving headfirst into a reconstruction project they hope will lead to a grand reopening of the facility on Sept. 28, in time for what is typically a busy fall season.
The Orr Family Farm and Celestial Acres are two separate entities located on property that has been in the family since 1977. Started in 2004, Orr Family Farm has featured a zip line, animal barn, giant jumping pillows, train rides, pony rides, pedal cars, carousel and other interactive experiences. The farm also hosts weddings, group events and field trips throughout the year.
"In total we have about 15 buildings that are now stripped of metal that's been hauled off," Orr said. "We've started to repair the basic structures on every one of them."
Orr and his family opened the Orr Family Farm in 2004.
Glenn Orr said six people were huddled in the offices of his brick home before moving below ground when they heard hail begin to strike. Five vehicles had just been placed in a large indoor arena.
"This has been pretty tough," an emotional Glenn Orr said weeks after the storm first hit. "We've had just wonderful support. We've had hundreds of people help us with the cleanup. To put a value on that it would be in the hundreds of thousands of dollars.
"It's very heartbreaking," Orr said.
"It was so touching what that school did that it still gets to me that people that far away would help us out like she did," Orr said. "There's no way we can not rebuild. There's just been such an outpouring of love from the community as well as everywhere."
Orr said farm operations considering getting into agritainment endeavors have to recognize the business for what it can often become - and that doesn't even include threats from Mother Nature.
"I would say it has to be a labor of love because it's not necessarily a money-making thing," he said.
"As we approach the one year ..., 22 April 2014 [cached]
"As we approach the one year anniversary of the May 20 tornado, we want to do our part in promoting severe weather safety and educating children on the importance of being prepared and not scared when there is a threat of severe weather," said Dr. Glenn Orr, managing member of the Orr Family Farm.
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