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Land’s Best Friend: Start Your Puppy Off on the Right Paw

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Happiness at home starts with a routine. –Henry Chappell Regular, gentle training during feeding time and playtime gets a pup off to a quick start. At four months, this German shorthaired pointer already knew her name. If you’ve followed my

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Mesa Vista Kennel

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It comes as no surprise that Boone Pickens’ Mesa Vista Ranch, home of the world’s finest quail hunting, is also the site of a world-class kennel. Boone Pickens started “dog rich” and has held his course. “Back when I couldn’t

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Land’s Best Friend: Blue Grit

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In the heart of cattle country, the Blue Lacy shines. In 2005, the State of Texas designated the Blue Lacy Texas’s official dog breed. This selection took place almost 150 years after Kentucky’s Lacy brothers – Frank, George, Erwin, and

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Land’s Best Friend: Bringing Your Pup Home

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What do puppies need most of all? Routine, routine, routine! — Henry Chappell Puppy training starts the instant she stumbles through your front door. Those first 12 weeks are critical. Yes, temperament is largely inherited, but nature’s work can be

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Land’s Best Friend: How to Pick a Pup

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Excellent dogs are born, not made – Henry Chappell Sure, patience, love, and training can minimize a dog’s weaknesses, and the best trainers can make a passable gun dog out of a marginally talented pup. But in nearly all cases,

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Land’s Best Friend: Treeing Walkers

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Leader of the Pack: When it comes to following a trail, Treeing Walkers set the pace. — Henry Chappell Just as the English pointer dominates modern pointing dog field trials, the Treeing Walker coonhound dominates today’s coon dog trails. The

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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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