Agriculture

Farmland Values Remain Robust

Surveys in Nebraska, Illinois, Indiana, and Iowa show strong, steady farmland values according to Successful Farming. An overall trend that supports the surveys’ findings is that when land comes available in today’s market, farmers have proven to be aggressive bidders.

Posted in Agriculture, Farming, Feature, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Nebraska, News Desk

Land Report November 2018 Newsletter

Our Investing Issue takes center stage in our November newsletter, which also includes Election Night results affecting landowners as well as major transactions: Colorado voters give a thumbs down to more extensive drilling setbacks. Voters in Park City, Utah, green-light

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Posted in Agriculture, Cattle, Conservation, Developers, Federal Policy, Hunting, Minerals, Newsletter, Pacific, Public Land, Recreation, Residential Property, Water, West

SOLD! Grizzly Ranch Sells for $18.5 Million

Over-the-top Colorado Showplace salvaged out of bankruptcy. One would be hard pressed to put a value on the long list of improvements found on Colorado’s Grizzly Ranch. For starters, the 26,686-acre ranch boasts six residences, 33 livestock sheds, and steel-welded

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Posted in Agriculture, Bankruptcy, Cattle, Colorado, Equestrian, Eric OKeefe, Farming, Feature, Hunting, Residential Property, Water, West

Lyda Family: 2017 Land Report 100 sponsored by LandLeader

No. 47 Lyda Family 260,000 acres Sprawled across Pecos County in West Texas and in Baylor County, La Escalera (“Fe Ladder”) Ranch retains vaquero traditions while producing high-quality Angus and show-grade Quarter Horses. Photo Credit: Lyda Family Click here to

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Posted in Agriculture, Cattle, Equestrian, Feature, Land Report 100, Southwest, Texas

The Land Report Fall 2018

Our Investing Issue takes a look at two completely different strategies: one built on blood, sweat, and salt, and the other based on speculation and greed. Guess which one lost $100 million? Other great reads in our fall issue include: Farmland: Bill

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Posted in Agriculture, Back Issues, Cattle, Conservation, Farming, Hunting, Midwest, News Desk, Pacific, Public Land, Recreation, South, Southwest, Timber, Water, West

Babbitt Heirs: 2017 Land Report 100 sponsored by LandLeader

No. 45 Babbitt Heirs 270,000 acres Established in 1866, Babbitt Ranches dominates the country north of Flagstaff. Fourth-generation family member Billy Cordasco maintains the thriving breeding program as well as an abiding commitment to environmental stewardship. Click here to see

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Posted in Agriculture, Arizona, Cattle, Conservation, Equestrian, Feature, Land Report 100, Southwest

Land Report October 2018 Newsletter

Tom Brokaw’s West Boulder Ranch and the Old Steen Place, an adjacent portion of the Burnt Leather Ranch, were sold to a single buyer by Fay Ranches on September 28. The combination of the two Montana holdings creates a 4,751-acre

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Posted in Agriculture, Auctions, California, Energy, Farming, Federal Policy, Hunting, Montana, New Hampshire, New Mexico, News Desk, Newsletter, North Dakota, Northeast, Pacific, Recreation, Residential Property, South, Texas, West

Anne Marion: 2017 Land Report 100 sponsored by LandLeader

No. 42 Anne Marion 275,000 acres A Missouri native, Samuel Burk Burnett (1849–1922) arrived in Texas at age 10; by 19, he was on his own, buying 100 head of cattle that wore the 6666 brand. He soon sold the

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Posted in Agriculture, Cattle, Feature, Land Report 100, Minerals, Southwest, Texas

U.S. Attorney Sues Hemp Farm

The Charleston Gazette-Mail reports the U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of West Virginia filed a civil suit against a Mason County hemp farm. Although state laws allow the cultivation, sale, and purchase of industrial hemp, the suit alleges the

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Posted in Agriculture, Farming, Feature, Federal Policy, News Desk, South, West Virginia

Lee Family: 2017 Land Report 100 sponsored by LandLeader

No. 42 Lee Family 275,000 acres After World War I, a doughboy named Floyd Lee (1895 – 1987) began working as a hand on the Fernandez Ranch in Cibola County, New Mexico. By the time of his death decades later,

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Posted in Agriculture, Cattle, Farming, Feature, Land Report 100, New Mexico, Southwest

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