Fair Oaks Ranch
The City of Fair Oaks Ranch evolved from several parcels of land acquired by oil man Ralph Fair, Sr. during the 1930s. The working ranch, which had a dairy and grainary, was first a center for Mr. Fairʼs racehorse operation. Later, Mr. Fair established a registered Hereford cattle operation including a cutting-edge artificial insemination program.
The ranch developed its own Hereford bloodline from a bull named Battle Intense and today the renowned bovine is given tribute at an annual golf tournament bearing his name. After the death of Mr. and Mrs. Fair, the family decided to develop a portion of the ranch as a residential community in 1975. In 1978 the 14,000 sq. ft. Fair home became the country club and to this day remains a focal point for social activity on The Ranch. Find out more about Fair Oaks Ranch. View market statistics, school information and demographic information for Fair Oaks Ranch.