Browse by location, price and acreage.
Ranching and beef production has been part of Florida’s heritage for over 400 years. From pastures to wetlands, one county or spanning across three counties, natural cattle breeding to producing top-quality beef, Florida has it all. You will find the right ranch for your lifestyle in Florida.
The longest history of ranching in any state in the United States is Florida, they have been ranching since the 1500s. Over time, Florida increased its focus on environmental conservation to preserve its natural habitats. Many ranches are participating in land conservation programs to protect the wetlands and wildlife habitats. Florida is home to the Everglades National Park and their wildlife includes panthers, otters, bears, raccoons, and beavers.
The Florida ranching industry preserves many natural features of the landscape, protects water sources, and maintains areas used by wildlife and for recreation. Florida currently ranks 13th in overall cattle numbers across the United States. There are over 886 thousand head of cattle and 15,000 beef producers throughout Florida. Florida is home to the Adams Ranch which is the 15th largest cow-calf operation in the United States. Ranching in Florida continues to be a success.