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The Land Report Summer 2014

The Land Report Summer Issue 2014

Timber specialists, ranch brokers, recreational experts, productive ag pros - more than 100 firms from coast to coast were surveyed to prepare our fourth annual look at America’s Best Brokerages for the Summer 2014 edition of the Magazine of the American Landowner. Dozens more

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Land’s Best Friend: Blueblood, Red Ticking

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There’s no truer redcoat than the English coonhound. One of the breeds most associated with the American backwoods was actually developed to meet the needs of European aristocrats and colonial American cavaliers. In Medieval Europe, prior to the development of

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The Land Report Spring 2014

The Land Report Spring 2014

2013 was a year of superlatives: billion-dollar acquisitions, record-setting prices, and landmark sales. And behind the best of these deals one finds the stories of passionate landowners, men and women and families who went to extraordinary lengths to assemble, to

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Land’s Best Friend: The Mountain Cur

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Don’t mistake this bobtailed working dog for a low-born mongrel. Medieval peasants relied on versatile, workaday dogs to herd livestock and help poach game from feudal masters. Since they paid a dog tax based on the length of the dog

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Land’s Best Friend: Rat Terrier

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A True American: Few breeds can rival the New World heritage of the rat terrier. Their ancestors – various crosses of Manchester terrier, fox terrier, and English terrier – came to America from the British Isles with hardscrabble miners and

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Land’s Best Friend: The English Pointer

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When it comes to bird-dogging, none can compare to the English pointer. In 1909, Manitoba Rap became the first English pointer to win the National Bird Dog Championship. The breed has completely dominated major field trial competition ever since. When

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The Land Report Summer 2013

Land Report Summer Issue 2013

Land to Table - that’s what’s cooking in the Summer issue of The Magazine of the American Landowner. Five amazing landowners are profiled – individuals, couples, and families who are changing the way America eats as they produce Vermont maple sugar,

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Land’s Best Friend: The Vizsla

Versatile and handsome, the Vizla is a hard-working retriever that is a favorite of hunters and their families. — Henry Chappell Many centuries have passed since the Magyars lorded over Central Europe. These fearsome warriors were also accomplished hunters, and

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Land’s Best Friend: The English Setter

This Brit is a natural in all respects. More than one pointer aficionado has told me, “I’m a pointer man forever, but the best all-around shooting dog I ever saw was an English setter.” This breed most likely developed from

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The Land Report Winter 2012

Land Report Winter Issue 2012

Ring in the holidays with the latest edition of the Land Report! Travel to Sonoma County and enjoy a rare and revealing portrait of John Jordan and his family’s renowned vineyard and winery. Learn the latest about the white hot

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