Our History  

Wexford Farms, established in 1997, is a 3,000-acre working pine plantation located in Montgomery, Wheeler, and Dodge Counties in South Central Georgia. The owners, Kelly and Patrick Moran, use modern forestry practices to plant, manage and, harvest pine timber.  Special attention is devoted to the preservation and propagation of native wildlife and game. Wexford Farms was created from a merger of lands which have been in Kelly’s family since the Civil War.  In fact, a portion of land came to Kelly’s great, great grandfather, James O’Connor, as a payment for his services as a mercenary for the Confederacy. Wexford Farms is blessed with a natural abundance of creek bottoms, pine ridges, and wiregrass hills, which act as a haven for quail, deer, and other game.  

The Morans are avid quail hunters.  The past ten years have been devoted to developing Wexford Farms into a prime-hunting operation including a fine kennel of pointers.

Our hunting business is small - on purpose. We are not a cookie cutter operation.  We believe that a hunting experience should be based on your particular needs and desires. Therefore, we take great care in custom designing your hunt. Our goal is a more intimate and relaxed hunt. After all, it’s your day! We help you make the most of it.