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Yellowstone Halts Bison Slaughter

The number of bison in Yellowstone dropped by a staggering amount this winter. According to this CNN report, the population fell from more than 4,700 to just 2,300 since November. What’s causing the decline? Read inside for more.

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Posted in Feature, West

Park City Tops Hot Markets Out West

Open range, snow capped peaks, and beautiful views embody what many seek when searching for their first piece of property. One need look no further than the scenic American West when searching for this ideal piece of land. The Rocky Mountain area

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Posted in Golf, News Desk, Public Land, Recreation, Regional News, Residential Property, Topics, West

Corn Profits Sky High

Corn revenues could easily surpass $40 billion in the United States this year as farmers rush to take advantage of rising interest in ethanol,  according to a recent report issued by the U.S. Department of Agriculture.

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Posted in Agriculture, Federal Policy, Great Lakes, Great Plains, Midwest, South, Southwest, West

Rising Land Values in Illinois

Farmland values in Illinois increased by nearly 6 percent during the first half of this year with investors, both local and national, bidding up the rural properties, particularly in the “collar counties” around Chicago. Rather than focus on short-term problems in

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Posted in Midwest, Regional News

Idaho Considers Landowner Tax Credits

Farmers, ranchers, conservationists and lawmakers are working together to bring about a conservation tax credit program in Idaho for 2008.

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Posted in Regional News, West

Texas Market Report

Land Report Editor Eric O’Keefe discusses the latest news on Texas real estate in the Texas Market Report.

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Tigua Indians Claim Land

The Land Report editor Eric O’Keefe reports on a claim made by the Tigua Indians.

Posted in Video

Megadeal Combines Rancho El Cojo and Jalama Ranch

You missed it. Two ranches combined into one premium property totaling close to 25,000 acres in high-dollar Santa Barbara County just sold for a reported $140 million ($5,600 per acre.)

Posted in Magazine

Landowner Profile: Harrison Ford

Harrison Ford has made a career out of defying death and saving the day, the girl, or maybe just civilization as we know it-feats he routinely pulls off in the time it takes to wash down a handful of popcorn

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Posted in News Desk

Colorado House Limits Eminent Domain

One of the most contentious topics in the parched American West took another turn when the Colorado House of Representatives gave preliminary approval to a bill that would prohibit government entities from using eminent domain to condemn water rights.

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