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Land Report Top Ten: November 2011

From Hawaii to the Lone Star State, here are America’s priciest properties, led by $175 million Jackson Land and Cattle Ranch, pictured here, which is listed by Hall and Hall. 1. Jackson Land and Cattle: $175 million These 1,750 acres

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Posted in California, Cattle, Colorado, Conservation, Equestrian, Farming, Feature, Golf, Hawaii, Hunting, Land Report Top 10, Midwest, Minerals, Montana, Nevada, News Desk, Pacific, Recreation, Residential Property, Southwest, Texas, West, Wyoming

Trend Watch: Income-Producing Properties

Check out this informative video from ranch brokers Ken Mirr and Jeff Hubbard of Mirr Ranch Group. Ranch brokers Ken Mirr and Jeff Hubbard discuss the increase in demand they are seeing for income-producing properties for sale. These ranch experts

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Posted in Cattle, Conservation, Developers, Farming, Midwest, Timber, Utah, Video, West

Vistas: Maine’s Chadbourne Tree Farms

Selected from what is undeniably one the finest White pine ownerships in the Northeast, Chadbourne Tree Farms is a 2,470-acre portfolio located in Western Maine near Bethel. The property consists of six tracts ranging in size from 111 to 687

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Posted in 2011 Summer, Conservation, Feature, Magazine, Maine, News Desk, Northeast, Recreation, Regional News, States, Timber

Sold! Texas’s Camp Cooley Ranch

SEPTEMBER 6 UPDATE: Camp Cooley Ranch sold at auction for $28.5 million to Circle X Land and Cattle Company August 4. Twenty-two qualified bidders, along with their families, attorneys, lenders, and consultants, attended the auction, which was held at the Robertson

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Posted in Auctions, Bankruptcy, Cattle, Conservation, Energy, Farming, Feature, Hunting, Minerals, Recreation, Southwest, Water

For Sale: Oregon’s Smith Brothers Ranch

Bob Smith admits that outsiders might consider his country, the rugged ranchland of east-central Oregon’s Columbia Plateau, a little dry. “Yeah, I’ve heard that,” he said. “But we get six or seven inches of rain per year, and we ran as

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Posted in Cattle, Conservation, Farming, Feature, Henry Chappell, News Desk, Pacific, Regional News

On the Block: South Carolina’s Patriots Plantation

The creators of Patriots Plantation envisioned a special place where nature, friends and families could come together to enjoy the beautiful Low Country outdoors in a tranquil setting where rush hours and daily routines simply don’t exist. That vision became

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Posted in Auctions, Conservation, Feature, Residential Property, South, Water

Ashe Takes Oath as Fish & Wildlife Director

Dan Ashe was sworn in as the 16th director of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service on June 30. President Obama had nominated Ashe to head up the nation’s principal federal agency dedicated to the conservation of fish and wildlife

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Posted in Conservation, Feature, Federal Policy, News Desk, Public Land, Water

For Sale: Elk Song

My journey to Elk Song began with a dream: a dream cut short by an old war injury. The dream belonged to my grandfather, who owned a fine sub-irrigated sandhill cattle ranch in Eastern Colorado that I cheated for more

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Posted in 2011 Summer, Cattle, Conservation, Feature, Hunting, Pacific, Recreation

Land Report July 2011 Newsletter

There’s a lot of ground to cover in the July edition of The Land Report newsletter: auctions, equities, timberland, and several political developments affecting landowners, ranging from the passage of key legislation by the Texas Legislature to the appointment of

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Posted in Auctions, Bankruptcy, Cattle, Conservation, Developers, Energy, Farming, Feature, Federal Policy, Land Report Top 10, Minerals, Newsletter, Public Land, Recreation, Residential Property, Timber, Water

Land Report 100: The Fanjul Family

The Fanjul family ranked No. 61 on the 2010 Land Report 100. Headquartered in Florida’s Palm Beach County, the Fanjuls’ privately owned Florida Crystals is the first (and only) domestic producer of certified organic sugar. The company has a tradition of

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Posted in Conservation, Farming, Feature, South
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