2015 Land Report 100: Collier Family


No. 28 Collier Family 280,000 acres After earning a cool million in advertising during the Jazz Age, Barron Collier lent his name to Florida’s 62nd county as he set about buying up acreage; his great-grandchildren continue to guide the clan’s

Posted in Agriculture, Conservation, Farming, Feature, Florida, Minerals, South

SOLD! Florida’s Red Stag Sanctuary and Little Cypress


Dean Saunders and Brian Beasley of Coldwell Banker Commercial Saunders Real Estate brokered the sale of two Florida agricultural properties totaling 2,524 acres. The 1,784-acre Red Stag Sanctuary, which formed the northern portion of the Smith Ranch in Okeechobee and

Posted in Agriculture, Farming, Feature, Florida, Hunting, South

The Land Report Top Ten: Summer 2016


At 948,380 deeded and leased acres, the Winecup Gamble is a vibrant symbol of the Old West. – The Editors 1. NEW! Sandow Lakes Ranch (Texas): $250 million This 33,777-acre acre Central Texas sanctuary is being sold by Alcoa. Bernard

Posted in Agriculture, California, Cattle, Colorado, Conservation, Equestrian, Farming, Feature, Florida, Hunting, Kansas, Massachusetts, Midwest, Nevada, New Mexico, News Desk, Pacific, Recreation, Residential Property, South, Southwest, Texas, West

The Land Report Fall 2016


Chris Soules, aka America’s most famous farmer, tells his story in The Investment Issue, which focuses on above-market returns in key sectors such as ranchland, timberland, as well as hunting and farming properties. Learn how this Iowa farm kid grew up to

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Posted in Agriculture, Back Issues, Cattle, Conservation, Developers, Farming, Florida, Hunting, Midwest, Nevada, Public Land, Recreation, South, South Carolina, Southwest, Texas, Timber

Land Report August 2016 Newsletter

Ever heard of a wind tax? Probably not. That’s because only one state has one: Wyoming. Although the Cowboy State claims to be a low tax haven, it imposed the nation’s lone tax on power generated by wind turbines in 2012. Not

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The Land Report Top Ten: Spring 2016


The Waggoner Ranch, which was listed for $725 million, sells in just 18 months. – The Editors 1. SOLD! W.T. Waggoner Ranch (Texas): $725 million Stan Kroenke is the new owner of the legendary Waggoner. Bernard Uechtritz and Sam Middleton

Posted in Agriculture, California, Cattle, Colorado, Conservation, Equestrian, Farming, Feature, Florida, Great Plains, Hunting, Kansas, Massachusetts, Midwest, New Mexico, Pacific, Recreation, Residential Property, South, Southwest, Texas, Timber, Water

Weyerhaeuser and Plum Creek Merger Creates “New Paul Bunyan”


The $8.4 billion merger of Weyerhaeuser Company with Plum Creek Timber Company created the nation’s largest private landowner, leading one analyst to label the 13-million-acre behemoth the “new Paul Bunyan.” The company, which will operate under the Weyerhaeuser name, has

Posted in Alabama, California, Feature, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, North Carolina, Oregon, Pacific, South, South Carolina, Timber, Washington, West Virginia

2015 Land Report 100: Lykes Heirs


No. 12 Lykes Heirs 615,000 acres From Florida orange juice to beef cattle in Texas, the Lykes family remains one of the most prominent agribusiness clans south of the Mason-Dixon line with a net worth north of $1 billion. Innovations

Posted in Agriculture, Cattle, Farming, Feature, Florida, South, Southwest, Texas, Timber

For Sale: Nearly 14,000-Acre Cattle Operation in Northern Florida


Southern Cattle Company Lists for $55 Million After 24 years of ownership, John Downs is selling his ranch and its nationally known herd of Angus, Brangus, Charolais, Brahman, and Beefmaster. This turnkey Northern Florida cattle operation includes 3,300 head of

Posted in Agriculture, Cattle, Feature, Florida, South

2015 Land Report 100: Nos. 60-69


No. 60 Sugg Family 166,655 acres The romance of running cattle lured E.C. Sugg and his brothers to San Angelo, Texas, in the early 1900s. They stayed when they struck oil. Subsequent mineral rights and royalties continue to bolster the

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