Franklin A. Fogleman, Jr leads Fogleman Farms and serves as Principle Broker and Owner of The Fogleman Firm, LLC. Fogleman Farms, located in Marion, Arkansas; is now in its fifth generation of operation with a Fogleman at the helm. The farm consists of more than 15,000 acres of row crops spread across the Mississippi Delta and produces revenues in excess of $10,000,000 annually. The Fogleman Firm is a real estate company that specializes in agricultural and commercial projects, often turning one into the other, with clients ranging from the McDonalds Corporation to Equity Investors across the country.
Fogleman is often recognized as a leader in the agriculture and real estate communities and has been featured several times in publications such as Arkansas Business, Delta Farm Press and The Commercial Appeal. In 2008 Fogleman was selected as the Chairman of Crittenden Regional Hospital. He was the youngest Chairman ever elected at age 32. Today he serves as Chairman of Mid-South Community College’s Foundation and Chairman of Crittenden Regional Hospital’s Foundation. In 2013 Fogleman was selected to the 20th class of Arkansas Business’ 40 Under 40 list which recognizes Arkansas’ business and political leaders around the state.
Fogleman is a graduate of the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville with a degree in Finance and he is also a graduate of Texas A &M’s The Executive Program for Agriculture Producers. He makes his home in Marion with his wife Kelly and their children Lillian and Cross.
Fogleman Choosen for
2013 Arkansas Business "40 Under 40"
Franklin Fogleman is a farmer and real estate broker who also seeks to encourage business development in his community.
The Marion native represents the fifth generation of his family to run Fogleman Farms, which grows row crops in Crittenden County. The large farm maintains an average employee count of 15.
In addition, he’s a real estate agent who has been selling real estate in northeast Arkansas since 1999. The Fogleman Firm specializes in deals involving investment and commercial property and land transitioning from agriculture to development.