Duck Hunting
Duck Hunting
Duck Hunting
Trophy Deer Hunting
Trophy Deer Hunting
Trophy Deer Hunting
Fishing
World Class Bass Fishing
Fishing
Previous
thumb1
thumb1
thumb1
thumb1
$('#vid-thumbs-scroll').cycle({
        fx:     'scrollVert',
        prev:   '#vid-prev',
        next:   '#vid-next',
        easing:  'backinout',
        timeout: 0
      });
Next
Welcome to WILDLIFE FARMS
The Sporting Place To Be.
Thumb
Corporate Retreat
Frame
Thumb
The Lodge
Frame
Thumb
Photo Gallery
Frame

Welcome To Wildlife Farms - Arkansas Duck Hunting at its Best

Experience Arkansas Hunting and Fishing at its best. Wildlife Farms offers prime Duck hunting, Upland bird hunting for pheasant and chukar, Whitetail Deer hunting and Turkey hunting. We are one of the oldest Hunting Outfitters in Arkansas all backed by excellent lodging, meals and service. “The Sporting Place To Be” standing strong on reputation! Our beautiful 12,200 square foot lodge and adjacent 6,000 square foot Conference facility is second to none…the perfect place for corporate meetings. Let Wildlife Farms be your next Corporate retreat. While you’re here indulge in some of the finest Bass and Crappie fishing in Arkansas. Enjoy trophy fishing at its best along with sporting clays, trap and skeet shooting on our computerized range.

An American original. A tradition. A legend. Duck hunting in Arkansas is everything you have always heard about, read about, and talked about. It is synonymous with world-class wingshooting. From the flooded grain fields and hardwood timber, to the oxbow lakes and cypress sloughs, everything about Arkansas is a waterfowler's paradise.

Wildlife Farms' 1,900 acres rest along the White River, considered one of North America's most important wintering grounds for migratory waterfowl. The property has over 5.5 miles of river frontage and contains old growth hardwood timber, oxbow lakes and fields, of which 1400 acres are flooded and specifically managed for waterfowl.

A mallard hunt at Wildlife Farms is like no other. The guides are seasoned sportsmen who know White River duck hunting and a good joke or two. After a continental breakfast at the lodge, the hunt begins from large, heated, well-hidden blinds. Throughout the morning, guests enjoy the unique camaraderie that is only found in a duck blind, while enjoying coffee, hot cocoa, snacks and a mid-morning "duck blind sandwich," which in itself, is worth the whole trip. The majority of North America's ducks hold their fall meetings here. Why not join them