Brazos county is situated in southeast central Texas and is in the middle of two rivers, Brazos and Navasota. It was established in 1841 and has the town of Bryan as its county seat. Like other Texas counties, agriculture is a key industry, and its main products include cattle, eggs, cotton, hay, sorghum, and horses. Market and medical centers, computers, research, and development are some of the other industries that sustain the county’s economy. Brazos County is also home to the Texas A&M University, which is said to be one of the country’s largest universities. Tourism is also highly promoted in Brazos County, with the Texas Brazos Trail and the Texas World Speedway.