In 1971, a new 60,000 square-foot processing plant was built in Oklahoma City. By 1975, the Braum’s dairy herd, the largest dairy herd in Kansas moved to Oklahoma. This “modern day cattle drive” consisted of over 900 cows travelling down the highway in a convoy of semi-trucks to their new home at the Braum Farm in Tuttle, Oklahoma. In 1978, the original Braum’s bakery was built next to the processing plant in Oklahoma City. This facility produced the fresh bakery items available in Braum’s stores including cookies, cones, buns, breads and much more.