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2016 Land Report 100: Coffee Family

No. 44 Coffee Family 256,000 acres (NEW TO LIST) Siblings Caren Coffee and Bill Coffee, whose forebears include Montana Rodeo Hall of Famer C.M. Coffee, own the Coffee Cattle Company in Miles City, the “Cow Capital of the West.” Both

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Posted in Agriculture, Cattle, Feature, Land Report 100, Montana, West

2016 Land Report 100: Shannon Kizer

No. 40 Shannon Kizer 268,000 acres (NEW TO LIST) Kizer turned down a college basketball scholarship in order buy a John Deere 8820 combine, which launched his career in ranching. At 20, he bought his first ranch – some 3,000

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Posted in Agriculture, Arizona, Cattle, Colorado, Feature, Land Report 100, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Southwest, Texas, West

2016 Land Report 100: Collins Family

No. 29 Collins Family 311,395 acres (up 923 acres) With a timber tradition predating the Civil War, the Collins Family originated a number of savvy forestry stewardship practices that many of their competitors ultimately embraced. With significant operations in Pennsylvania,

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Posted in California, Conservation, Feature, Land Report 100, Oregon, Pacific, Pennsylvania, South, Timber

2016 Land Report 100: Holding Family

No. 25 Holding Family 400,000 acres A Salt Lake City native, Robert Earl Holding made his fortune in transportation (Little America) and energy (Sinclair Oil). Then he branched out into hospitality; the late billionaire’s portfolio of posh properties includes Idaho’s

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Posted in Agriculture, Cattle, Farming, Feature, Land Report 100, Montana, Recreation, Utah, West, Wyoming

2016 Land Report 100: Fisher Family

No. 21 Fisher Family 440,000 acres (NEW TO LIST) Gap cofounders Donald and Doris Fisher turned their attention to ecofriendly timber production in 1998 when they established Mendocino Redwood Company. A decade later, the couple acquired Pacific Lumber, which they

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Posted in California, Conservation, Feature, Land Report 100, Pacific, Timber

2016 Land Report 100: Martin Family

No. 16 Martin Family 570,000 acres NEW TO LIST Descendants of Roy O. Martin Jr. continue to steer the family business, which currently operates in 32 parishes. Now in its 93rd year, RoyOMartin owns approximately 150,000 acres of natural bottomland

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Posted in Conservation, Feature, Hunting, Land Report 100, Louisiana, Minerals, South, Timber, Water

2016 Land Report 100: Briscoe Family

No. 12 Briscoe Family 640,000 acres (up 80,000 acres) One family member, Andrew Briscoe, was a signer of the Texas Declaration of Independence. Another member — the venerable Dolph Briscoe Jr. — served two terms as the Lone Star State’s

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

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