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Investing: Oklahoma Shines, Bucks Trend

Cropland values trailed falling commodity markets, but cattle are fetching record prices. So did ranchland values, which jumped almost seven percent in the Tenth District. – The Editors Using responses from 218 banks, the Kansas City Fed presented its survey

Posted in Agriculture, Cattle, Colorado, Farming, Feature, Great Plains, Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska, New Mexico, News Desk, Oklahoma, Southwest, West, Wyoming

2014 Land Report 100: Bogle Family

No. 51 Bogle Family 192,000 acres Tennessee native Hal Bogle left the Volunteer State for health reasons in 1917. He settled in Southern New Mexico where he ended up building a ranching empire. In the decades since his death, Bogle’s

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

The Land Report Top Ten: Summer 2015

California and Texas boast three listings in our Top Ten; Florida two. – The Editors 1. Waggoner Ranch (Texas): $725 million Sam Middleton of Chas. S. Middleton and Son is broker of record on this record-setting 510,527-acre listing. Bernard Uechtritz

Posted in Agriculture, California, Cattle, Conservation, Equestrian, Farming, Feature, Florida, Hunting, Massachusetts, Minerals, Montana, News Desk, Northeast, Pacific, South, Southwest, Texas, Timber, Water, West

Land Report 2014 Legacy Landowners: Katharine Armstrong & Ben Love

BY ERIC O’KEEFE PHOTOGRAPHY BY GUSTAV SCHMIEGE III PUBLISHED SPRING 2015 Don’t be fooled by the desolate setting. Although Persimmon Gap Ranch is miles from its nearest neighbor, the amount of scintillating conversation one encounters in the company of our 2014

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Posted in Agriculture, Cattle, Conservation, Energy, Eric OKeefe, Feature, Gustav Schmiege, Hunting, Minerals, News Desk, Public Land, Recreation, Residential Property, Southwest, Texas, Water

2014 Land Report 100: Hearst Family

No. 46 Hearst Family 214,000 acres Media magnate William Randolph Hearst (1863-1951) made history with his newspaper publishing empire, but it was his father, George Hearst (1820-1891), who built the family fortune. And it all began with land. (Click here

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Posted in Agriculture, California, Cattle, Equestrian, Farming, Feature, News Desk, Pacific, Recreation, Timber

Job Growth in Agriculture Sector Outpaces Graduates

Each year an average of 57,900 job openings are created in agriculture and renewable natural resources, yet only 35,400 college degrees in agricultural-related fields are awarded in the U.S. This leaves a shortfall of 22,500 positions. According to the USDA,

Posted in Agriculture, Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Cattle, Colorado, Connecticut, Conservation, Delaware, Farming, Feature, Florida, Georgia, Great Lakes, Great Plains, Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Midwest, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, News Desk, North Carolina, North Dakota, Northeast, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pacific, Pennsylvania, Public Land, Rhode Island, South, South Carolina, South Dakota, Southwest, Tennessee, Texas, Timber, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, Water, West, West Virginia, Wisconsin, Wyoming

2014 Land Report 100: True Family

No. 34 True Family 255,000 acres Since the 1950s, the True family’s business holdings have been closely linked to successful oil-field development and production in Wyoming. The family’s ranch holdings are equally impressive: True Ranches includes seven productive properties, two

Posted in Agriculture, Cattle, Energy, Farming, Feature, News Desk, West, Wyoming

Land Report 2014 Ranchland Deal of the Year: Rockpile Ranch

A new generation of stewards acquire a Far West Texas landmark. Text by Katy Richardson | Photography by Laurence Parent Drive toward the Davis Mountains in Far West Texas, and you’ll be treated to some of the most jaw-dropping scenery

Posted in Agriculture, Cattle, Conservation, Feature, News Desk, Southwest, Texas, Water

Land Report 2014 Historic Deal of the Year: Caribou Ranch

On a par with Abbey Road and Muscle Shoals, this music industry mecca changed hands in 2014 after a star-studded run. From 1971 to 2014, Jim Guercio owned Colorado’s Caribou Ranch. During his stewardship, a Who’s Who in rock and

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Posted in Agriculture, Cattle, Colorado, Conservation, Developers, Energy, Equestrian, Farming, Feature, Minerals, News Desk, Residential Property, West

Texas’ Powderhorn Ranch

Future generations will cherish Texas’s 17,351-acre Powderhorn Ranch, a rare swath of coastal wetland now preserved in perpetuity. But for droves of German settlers, this prairie by the sea was a life-or-death scenario. Led by Prince Carl of Solms-Braunfels, they

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