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Port of Catoosa
Oklahoma farmers and ranchers raise significant amounts of grain and livestock that make their way to markets in the U.S. and overseas. Transportation is critical in getting those goods to market - the kind of transportation that includes a maritime port in a landlocked state.

Come with us to a place where grain is transported not by truck or rail, but by barge. A good portion of America’s heartland harvest will pass through Tulsa’s Port of Catoosa, a shipping facility handling grain and other crops from farms in Oklahoma and Kansas.


Port of Catoosa
Oklahoma Farm Bureau
Oklahoma Department of Agriculture

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