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2015 Land Report 100: D.R. Horton

No. 23 D.R. Horton 371,805 acres (up 109,000 acres) The Texas homebuilder acquired new lands in the Southwest, snapping up New Mexico’s 109,000-acre Double V Ranch in Chaves and DeBaca Counties. Formerly owned by Richard Evans, the Double V fell

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No. 23 D.R. Horton

371,805 acres (up 109,000 acres)

The Texas homebuilder acquired new lands in the Southwest, snapping up New Mexico’s 109,000-acre Double V Ranch in Chaves and DeBaca Counties. Formerly owned by Richard Evans, the Double V fell victim to the worst drought in more than a century. In 2014, Horton added the Great Western Ranch to his holdings, which also include Camp Horton, an 86,000-acre ranch in West Texas.

Click here to download the Winter 2015 issue of The Land Report, featuring the 2015 Land Report 100 sponsored by Fay Ranches.

Posted in Agriculture, Cattle, Equestrian, Feature, Hunting, New Mexico, Recreation, Residential Property, Southwest, Texas

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