Ranchland

Rancher Commits to Build Nation’s Largest Beef Plant

Megan Kingsbury, a fifth-generation cattle rancher, plans to build the country’s largest beef plant in South Dakota. Founder and CEO of capital firm Kingsbury & Associates and the managing partner of Sirius Realty, Kingsbury will fund the beef plant via

Posted in News Desk, Ranchland

2021 Ranchland Deal of the Year

By Cary Estes Photography by Kenton Rowe The sale of the Beaverhead Ranch by Matador Cattle Company is an epic event in itself, and that’s before one considers the renown of both the seller and the buyer. A majestic swath of 340,000

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Forever Texas Fund Launched

The Texas Agricultural Land Trust (TALT) launched the public phase of a $10 million fundraising campaign for its Forever Texas Fund (FTF). On May 12, the land trust celebrated its 15th anniversary and founding CEO Blair Fitzsimons. The event raised

Posted in Farmland, Ranchland, Timberland

Return of the Circles

BY LISA MARTIN | PHOTOGRAPHY BY EMMIE SPERANDEO Long before the advent of the written word, women gathered in circles to tackle tasks and build bonds. In the Old West, the concept of a “circle” conjures up images of pioneer

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Ted Turner Launches the Turner Institute of Ecoagriculture

By TODD WILKINSON During his storied career, Ted Turner has demonstrated an ability to look around corners and identify opportunities long before they become apparent to others. His prowess has been demonstrated with pioneering media platforms, professional sports teams, global philanthropy,

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Salute to the Sixes

By Henry Chappell Photography by Wyman Meinzer Nothing reflects the culture of a ranch like its cattle roundups. The individual skill of each cowboy tells us only so much. Over-reliance on flashy horsemanship, however thrilling, suggests lack of teamwork or

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Where the Buffalo Roam

By KATY RICHARDSON | Photography by WYMAN MEINZER Kelsey’s version of home on the range takes place in the heart of the Big Empty. Texas’s King County has been home to many of the most storied ranches in the history

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Posted in Ranchland, Sporting Properties

SOLD! Cherokee Nation to Buy Will Roger’s Ranch

In November, the Cherokee Nation purchased Roger’s birthplace from the Oklahoma Historical Society. The 162-acre property situated in Oologah (35 miles north of Tulsa) includes a ranch-style home converted into a museum that depicts life on a 19th-century ranch in

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Partnerscapes Becomes New Name for Partners for Conservation

A grassroots movement of private landowners working with agencies, non-profit organizations, and policymakers to collaborate on conservation projects to sustain working landscapes, Partnerscapes was founded in 2010 as Partners for Conservation. Along with its new branding campaign, Partnerscapes has launched

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Luck of the Devil

By Bill Briggs Bob and Suzanne Fanch have crafted a love letter to the American West at Devil’s Thumb Ranch. THE FIREPLACES ARE FASHIONED from landslide rocks. The floors are bathed in heat from the Earth’s core. And a restaurant

Posted in Landmarks, Ranchland, Sporting Properties

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