Welcome To The Flying C Ranch
Here at Flying C Ranch we're proud to bring our way of life to families throughout Arkansas with our farm-fresh, pastured raised beef. On our cattle farm we raise our 300 head of cattle in a free-range, humane environment that is truly remarkable---cattle roam freely over green pastures and graze at their leisure. They are afforded all the grand necessities you can expect to find for properly raised cattle; clean water, wholesome feed and plenty of space. Just like the days of old.
Located in central Faulkner County, AR, Flying C Ranch offers wholesome, fresh beef straight from the farm to your home. We work with local and state Cooperative Extension Service of Arkansas agents and adhere to only the best in management practices including 300 Days of Grazing, ruminant nutrition and forage management. Why? Because we stand behind the belief that nature's way is best.
Our cattle dwell in a humane environment where they are allowed to graze freely. Best of all, this way of life is evident in the taste of the meat. You'll notice a remarkable tenderness and protein-rich flavor you just won't find in your common supermarket.
Faulkner County Farm Family of the Year 2018
Faulkner County Farm Family of the Year 2007
With an average of 300 head of cattle at a given time, you'll always expect to find premium cuts of meats with us. So what sets are meat apart? Simple. Our cattle are raised in a stress-free environment and nourished with a healthy variety of feed and grass. All meat is USDA inspected, dry-ages and available in whole, halves, quarters and eighths.
In the summer of 2019, the Arkansas River experienced record flooding leaving our orchard under water for approximately 30 days. Unfortunately, we will be closed for the 2019 season due to flood damage, including no crop. We offer our sincerest apologies to our loyal customers. We are working on the orchard for the 2020 season. Thank you so much for understanding!
Owned and operated by Doc and Leanna Clark, Flying C Ranch runs off the foundation of honesty and hard work. The Clarks have built a thriving cattle farm with one goal in mind: bringing wholesome meats to Arkansas families. They believe every household should enjoy savory meats just the way nature intended it to be.