New Mexico

Low Commodity Prices Push Land Values Down

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Corn, soybeans, wheat, cattle, hogs — falling prices mean farm incomes lag across the Tenth District. —The Editors Using responses from 210 banks, economists at the Kansas City Federal Reserve Bank presented a survey of Agricultural Credit Conditions covering the

Posted in Feature, Great Plains, Kansas, Midwest, Missouri, New Mexico, News Desk, Southwest

New Mexico Suspends Sale of Pueblo Acreage

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The New Mexico Taxation and Revenue Department has temporarily suspended the sale of 8.7 acres in Cibola County that are owned by the Acoma Pueblo. Unlike the Pueblo’s traditional holdings, the disputed tract has not belonged to the tribe for

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Posted in Feature, New Mexico, News Desk, Southwest, Taxes

Gold King Mine Named Superfund Site

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On September 9, the Environmental Protection Agency added Colorado’s Bonita Peak Mining District, which includes the shuttered Gold King mine, to the National Priorities List, making it eligible for additional study and cleanup resources under EPA’s Superfund program. The EPA

Posted in Arizona, Colorado, Conservation, Feature, Federal Policy, New Mexico, Public Land, Southwest, Utah, Water

Land Report October 2016 Newsletter

Our October newsletter focuses on generating above-market returns, courtesy of: Chris Soules, aka, America’s most famous farmer Winecup Gamble Ranch, aka, America’s best ranch investment Innovative resource management at Carter Stilley Wetland & Stream Mitigation Bank Steve Hageman’s hunting paradise, The

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Posted in International, Iowa, Midwest, Nevada, New Mexico, News Desk, Newsletter, South, South Carolina, Southwest, Texas, Utah, West, Wyoming

The Land Report Top Ten: Summer 2016

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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

2015 Land Report 100: Bogle Family

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No. 53 Bogle Family 182,000 acres (down 10,000 acres) From champion steeds to corn and cows, the Bogle Family has thrived in New Mexico’s Southeastern corner since 1917. Founding father Hal Bogle, who moved west to New Mexico for the

Posted in Agriculture, Cattle, Equestrian, Farming, Feature, New Mexico, Southwest

Navajos Sue EPA Over Gold King Spill

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On August 16, the Navajo Nation filed a lawsuit against the Environmental Protection Agency and more than a dozen other entities, alleging mismanagement of Colorado’s shuttered Gold King mine. The suit says that 440 tons of metals spilled out when

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Posted in Colorado, Feature, Federal Policy, New Mexico, Southwest, Utah, Water, West

Guaranteed Loan Programs Find Favor

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Ag lenders are reducing exposure to lending risks by requiring more farm real estate as collateral for large, non-real estate farm loans. —The Editors Using responses from 213 banks, economists with the Kansas City Federal Reserve Bank presented a survey

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Posted in Agriculture, Bankruptcy, Cattle, Colorado, Farming, Feature, Federal Policy, Great Plains, Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Southwest, West, Wyoming

2015 Land Report 100: Singleton Family

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No. 7 Singleton Family 1,100,000 acres Family patriarch Henry Singleton (1916–1999) was a man of science. The MIT graduate cofounded the industrial conglomerate Teledyne with George Kozmetsky in 1960. Twenty-five years later, he bought the historic San Cristobal Ranch in

Posted in Agriculture, California, Cattle, Equestrian, Feature, New Mexico, Pacific, Southwest

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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Posted in Agriculture, California, Cattle, Colorado, Farming, Federal Policy, Florida, Minerals, New Mexico, News Desk, Newsletter, Pacific, Public Land, Recreation, South, Southwest, West, Wyoming
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