2011 Spring

America’s Top Brokerages and Auction Houses: Farmers National Company

Farmers National Company was begun in 1929–historically not a banner year for starting new businesses, but over 80 years have passed and the company is thriving. Originally, the company’s core business was farm management, and today it’s the largest, fastest-growing

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Posted in 2011 Spring, Auctions, Cattle, Farming, Feature, Great Plains, Hunting, Magazine, Midwest, News Desk, South, Southwest, West

America’s Top Auction Houses: Pifer’s Auction & Realty

“Land is not only a great place to store wealth. It is yesterday’s small cap stock without the risk.” – Kevin Pifer. Pifer’s Auction & Realty is a full-service auction and real estate firm headed by Kevin Pifer, former North

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Posted in 2011 Spring, Feature, Great Plains, Magazine, Midwest, News Desk

Malone’s Millions

Liberty Media CEO John Malone goes long on land and buys 1+ million acres of Maine timber.

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Posted in 2011 Spring, Eric OKeefe, Feature, Magazine, News Desk

Farmland: Eye on Iowa

When Warren Buffett talks up farmland, it’s time we all took a look. Buffett made the following statement last month while being interviewed by Becky Quick on CNBC’s Squawk Box.

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Posted in 2011 Spring, Feature, Magazine, News Desk

Building a Stock Tank

Having trouble with your waters? Consider the challenges faced on the Waggoner Ranch: over half a million acres under one fence and not a drop of groundwater.

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Posted in 2011 Spring, Cattle, Feature, Henry Chappell, Magazine, News Desk

For Sale: Hollow Top Ranch

Nestled at the base of the Tobacco Root Mountains in Southwestern Montana’s premier ranching, big-game, and fly-fishing region, Hollow Top Ranch’s 4,438 acres feature a two-mile stretch of South Willow Creek with outstanding German brown and brook trout habitat. The

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Posted in 2011 Spring, Feature, News Desk

Land’s Best Friend: Catahoulas

The world’s grittiest dog? The Catahoula. The boar weighed at least 300 pounds. Guthrie, a two year-old Catahoula, weighed about 60 pounds. The two collided with predictable results. Guthrie, flattened and addled but far from finished, righted himself and pursued.

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Posted in 2011 Spring, Dogs, Feature, Henry Chappell, Magazine, News Desk

Joe Montana: The Land Report Interview

At Villa Montana, Joe Montana does not talk about football. At all. Meet the man on his Sonoma County getaway and all he talks about are his wife, their two girls and two boys, and the memories they share on

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Posted in 2011 Spring, Equestrian, Farming, Feature, Hunting, Magazine, News Desk, Pacific, Recreation

For Sale: Oregon’s Wild Billy Lake

Wild Billy Lake operates as a fly-fishing lodge with a long list of repeat clients who use drift boats, prams, canoes, belly boats, and motor boats. Located in Klamath County, the property sits at the confluence of the Sprague and

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Posted in 2011 Spring, Feature, Pacific, Recreation

For Sale: Montana’s West End River Ranch

Located along 2± miles of one of the world’s greatest fly fishing rivers is the West End River Ranch. Positioned conveniently between the towns of Livingston and Big Timber, the ranch’s 3,760± diversified acres have been managed meticulously for the

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Posted in 2011 Spring, Cattle, Eric OKeefe, Feature, Recreation, Residential Property, West

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