Raised on his grandfather’s cattle ranch outside of Barnsdall, Oklahoma, a rural community in Osage County, Austin developed a strong foundation and love of conservation and wildlife management. Hunting alongside his dad and grandfather he developed the belief that an integral part of conservation is maintaining the land in a way that future generations may enjoy it and that part of this is achieved by placing the land in the hands of like minded people. He has been hunting and managing land in Northern Oklahoma for several years, killing several nice bucks along the way. Austin’s true first loves are his wife Kayla and daughter Jade.
After receiving his bachelor’s degree in Wildlife and Fisheries Biology from Northeastern State University in 2008, Austin began his professional career working with the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation as a fish hatcheries technician. Now he is looking forward to using his knowledge of Northern Central Oklahoma, wildlife, habitat, and farm pond management to help you sell or locate the piece of land that you are looking for, be it for hunting, recreational use or farming.