Located in the
northeastern part

of Oklahoma, Tulsa County is
bordered on the west by Osage and Creek Counties; on the north by Pawnee, Osage and Washington Counties; on the east by Rogers and Wagoner Counties; and on the south by Wagoner and Okmulgee Counties. Tulsa, the county seat, is located in the central part of the county and is approximately 588 square miles or 376,320 acres. There are approximately 950 farms with an average size of 150 acres each. Major agriculture production areas are beef cattle, horses, hay (alfalfa and grass), wheat and soybeans.

Gus Holland is the Agriculture Extension Educator for Tulsa County. The purpose of his position is to assist people who are actively involved in agriculture production or those who are looking at possibly starting an agriculture enterprise. On-site consultations are provided free of charge to individuals pursuing production agriculture. To make an appointment with Gus, you may call him at 918-746-3725. Voice messaging will take your call 24 hours a day, seven days a week and he'll return your call as soon as possible.

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