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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: Galt Family

No. 41 Galt Family 262,000 acres (NEW TO LIST) Along with several family members, former Montana Fish, Wildlife, and Parks Commissioner Errol Galt owns the Martinsdale Ranch near the center of the state. Other Galt ranches can be found in

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Posted in Agriculture, Cattle, Equestrian, 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: Babbitt Heirs

No. 39 Babbitt Heirs 270,000 acres Established by five brothers in 1866, Babbitt Ranches dominate the country north of Flagstaff. Fourth-generation family member Billy Cordasco maintains the thriving breeding program as well as an abiding commitment to environmental stewardship. The

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Posted in Arizona, Conservation, Equestrian, Feature, Land Report 100, Southwest

2016 Land Report 100: Killam Family

No. 36 Killam Family 277,000 acres (up 22,000 acres) In 1920, O.W. Killam abandoned a promising career in Oklahoma politics to move his family to Laredo, Texas, in hopes of striking oil. Although his first attempts met with failure, the

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Posted in Energy, Feature, Land Report 100, Minerals, Southwest, Texas

2016 Land Report 100: Mike Smith

No. 33. Mike Smith 283,594 acres (down 2,472-acres) Some things have changed in the Texas Panhandle. Say, for instance, cotton now grows where golden waves of wheat once grew. Some things have not, such as Mike Smith quietly collecting land.

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Posted in Agriculture, Cattle, Farming, Feature, Land Report 100, New Mexico, Southwest, Texas

2016 Land Report 100: Bass Family

No. 32 Bass Family 285,000 acres (up 135,000-acres) Brothers Sid, Ed, Robert, and Lee Bass share several notable characteristics with their great-uncle Sid Richardson, including a knack for making money and a love of the land.

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Posted in Cattle, Energy, Feature, Land Report 100, Minerals, Southwest, Texas

2016 Land Report 100: Nunley Family

No. 30 Nunley Family 301,500 acres Legendary Texas cattleman Red Nunley took up ranching more than seven decades ago and partnered with other leading landowners to improve breeding techniques. Today, Nunley Brothers Ranches is owned and managed by Red’s grandsons,

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

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: Malone Mitchell 3rd

No. 28 Malone Mitchell 3rd 384,000 acres This Far West Texas native met his wife Amy while both were undergraduates in Stillwater at Oklahoma State. After receiving their degrees, the two founded Riata Energy in their guest bedroom with $500

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Posted in Energy, Feature, Hunting, Land Report 100, Recreation, Southwest, Texas
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