Wyman Meinzer

Horses to Ride, Cattle to Cut

The San Antonio Viejo Ranch of Texas Text by Henry Chappell | Original Photography by Wyman Meinzer Given rain, the Wild Horse Desert will heal after drought and hard use by humans and livestock have left it battered and bare.

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Posted in Agriculture, Cattle, Feature, Henry Chappell, Southwest, Texas

2017 Land Report Texas Issue

Land Report Texas Issue2017

Get your The Land Report 2017 Texas issue! Our annual Lone Star State roundup features the 13-Million-Acre Man, Texas Land Commissioner George P. Bush. As the head of Texas’s oldest agency, Bush is responsible for maximizing revenues for the benefit of

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Posted in Back Issues, News Desk

The Antler Creek Dugout

Rick realized he had found the perfect place to build the iconic structure of the frontier prairie: a sturdy bank cut thousands of years ago by a shift in the Brazos River. It took Rick and Wyman Meinzer six months

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Posted in Feature, Henry Chappell, Southwest, Texas

Wild Man: Wyman Meinzer

Wyman Meinzer is the ultimate outdoorsman, a throwback to a day and age when hardy Americans not only knew how to live off the land but earned their daily bread doing so. I could write a book about Wyman Meinzer.

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Posted in Conservation, Feature, Henry Chappell, Hunting, News Desk, Recreation, Southwest, Texas

The Land Report Fall 2015

Celebrating the American Sportsman is more than just our fall issue‘s theme; it’s an eye-opening experience that chronicles the adventures of an American original, Wyman Meinzer. Wonderfully written and gorgeously photographed, it will become a favorite read of anyone with a passion for

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Posted in Agriculture, Back Issues, Cattle, Conservation, Dogs, Federal Policy, Great Lakes, Great Plains, International, Midwest, News Desk, Northeast, Pacific, Residential Property, South, Southwest, West

The Spirit of Wyoming: Wagonhound Land and Livestock Co.

Wyman Meinzer and Henry Chappell have collaborated on a number of stunning books, including 6666: Portrait of a Texas Ranch (2004); Working Dogs of Texas (2009); and Under One Fence: The Waggoner Ranch Legacy (2010). The duo’s most recent collaboration, The Spirit

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Posted in Cattle, Conservation, Equestrian, Feature, Henry Chappell, News Desk, West, Wyoming

Land’s Best Friend: Labrador Retriever

Don’t be fooled by this breed’s easy-going nature – Labs can hunt, and fetch, and countless other tasks.

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Posted in 2010 Fall, Dogs, Feature, Magazine, News Desk

Library: Working Dogs of Texas

Both the author and the photographer are valued contributors to The Land Report, and there’s no doubt in my mind that landowners from coast to coast will be able to identify with this book. So let’s begin by getting two

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Posted in Eric OKeefe, Feature, Hunting, News Desk, Regional News, Southwest, Topics

Man’s Best Friend, Land’s Best Friend

So you need a real dog. Maybe the raccoons and squirrels are fattening up on your sweet corn and tomatoes or the coyotes are dining al fresco on your lambs. Could be that after an appetizer of the latest surefire

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Posted in Feature, Magazine, News Desk

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