In the early 20th century, Helton P. Fisher and his family moved from Missouri to Creek County, Oklahoma. He and his wife, along with their four sons, raised cattle and grew crops.
Though the dairy is long gone, the Fishers continue to farm wheat, milo and soybeans. Several great-grandchildren of H. P. are still on the original farm with their own successful businesses. Some of the resulting businesses thriving today are Fisher’s Eggs and Fishers’ Mill.