ABOUT WYNNE RANCH
Wynne Ranch. the largest registered Brangus breeder in America is located on over 10,000 acres at the Okeechobee / St. Lucie County line is south-central Florida.
While preserving Florida's natural environment, we have enhanced our ranch by planting Bahiagrass, Stargrass, and Hemarthria within our improved pastures. Along with oak hammocks, pine tree strands, and an abundance of cabbage palm hammocks, you will also find natural flag ponds and wetlands that are naturally placed throughout our ranch.
Our large amount of native wildlife continues to strive within our natural landscaped property including, whitetail deer, wild hogs, Osceola turkey, cottontail rabbit, quail, snipe, bobcats, coyotes, alligators, along with thousands of birds, game fowl, local & migratory species.
Throughout our ranch, you will find four (4) sets of working cow pens strategically located where cattle can be brought to by horseback for working. Along with over 100 miles of fencing, Wynne Ranch is systematically organized in a logical manner making pasture grazing rotations easily handled by our ranch staff.
Our ranch office is centrally located on the ranch in a newly built building providing living arrangements for out-of-town guests, including a swimming pool, full kitchen, patio, cook area, gym, and covered parking area.
Please feel free to contact us, and visit our ranch!
Wynne Ranch is a registered black Brangus cattle breeding program. We are the LARGEST registered Brangus breeder in America, producing the highest quality Brangus bulls available nationwide.
Our trait selection is based on numerous thoughts, which has helped us develop outstanding Brangus bulls for the true commercial cow/calf producer. Our strict health requirements along with an emphasis on soundness, performance, carcass, and do-ability with true functionality. Every registered animal on our ranch has been positively identified by DNA sampling through the International Brangus Breeders Association.
Located in South Central Florida, Wynne Ranch has a unique set of environmental conditions. Our cattle have been raised and developed to thrive on Florida grasses under hot, wet, or dry climate within the Southeast United States.