Farmland, Landowners

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The third-generation farmer is happiest in the field.
The third-generation farmer is happiest in the field.

CHRIS SOULES IS NOT LOST. Considering the setting of this exclusive Land Report cover shoot by Jason Walsmith – an Iowa cornfield – the reality TV star actually feels quite a home. That’s one of the many insights about America’s most famous farmer that readers will discover in the fall issue of The Magazine of the American Landowner, including his All-American upbringing in Northeast Iowa, his extensive experience in the world of ag investments, and his next steps with Peoples Company.

 

Traditional skills are a mainstay of the Winecup Gamble Ranch.
Traditional skills are a mainstay of the Winecup Gamble Ranch.

WINECUP GAMBLE RANCH UPDATE. C. Patrick Bates reports that the complete offering brochure on this iconic 948,380-acre Western ranch is being finalized. Founded in 1868, the Winecup Gamble, which includes 9,000 head of mature cattle, just finished a five-year, $19 million renovation that included targeted investments in livestock, livestock-handling facilities, stock water distribution, fencing, employee housing, and an owner’s lodge. It is listed for $77 million. Read more HERE.
 

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