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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

Hunting Land is a Hot Investment

Over the last decade there’s been a boom in rural land prices throughout much of the United States and parts of Canada. I say this not because of some government report or a recently released study but based on firsthand

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Posted in Hunting, Magazine, November 2007, Topics

Francis Ford Coppola

Francis Ford Coppola’s Academy Award-winning films are undoubtedly his most famous works, but wine connoisseurs also treasure the acclaimed wines he has been producing at his Napa Valley estate since the mid-1970s.

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Posted in Farming, Pacific, Residential Property, Topics, Video

South Dakota Land Values Move Up

According to a recently released report from South Dakota State University, land values are up more than 25 percent across the state. Cash rents have also increased, gaining 15 percent over the same period. The report states that these are the highest increases the state has seen

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Posted in Feature, Great Plains

In Focus: The Forest Landowners Association

Created in 1941, the Forest Landowners Association (FLA) is a proactive, progressive, grassroots organization of timberland owners – large and small – that owns and operates more than 37 million acres of timberland in 47 states. It is the only

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Posted in Conservation, Eddie Lee Rider, Feature, South, Timber, Topics

High Price of Corn Means Less Land for CRP

Driving today I tuned into C-SPAN Radio on my XM dial looking for something better than the latest Top 20. I caught the tail end of a conversation,  Congressional testimony it sounded like, regarding the current food crisis that is

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Posted in Conservation, Energy, Farming, Feature, Midwest

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

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