Crooked Post Ranch is a multi-generation, family-owned farm in the Flint Hills of Kansas. It offers acreage for horses, hunting, fishing, and camping.
Rather than a crooked post the meadowlark, a native to the Kansas grasslands, became the symbol for the ranch. It can be seen perched on the ranch’s many fence posts. The identity further reflects the texture and directness of the rural setting with its sweeping vistas and weathered barns.