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Land Report April 2022 Newsletter

Our Texas Special Issue takes center stage in this month’s newsletter. Other stories include: Turner Ranches and Defense Department ink deal Weyerhaeuser acquires 80,800 acres for $265 million Oregon’s Cherry Creek Ranch sells for $16.5 million For up-to-the-minute reports on

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Posted in Auctions, California, Conservation, Estates, Hunting, New Mexico, New York, News Desk, Newsletter, Oregon, Pacific, Ranching, Recreation, South, Southwest, Timber

Garst Farms: A Legacy of Innovation

Hybrid corn. Nitrogen fertilizer. Terracing. Cover crops. Prairie strips. Garst Farms was an early adopter of each of these revolutionary farming practices. Recently, these Iowans debuted another innovation: a soil conservation easement that betters the land while bettering their farms’

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Posted in Agriculture, Conservation, Editor's Choice, Farming, Feature, Iowa, Midwest, News Desk

Land Report February 2022 Newsletter

The inspiring story of America’s largest landowner, Red Emmerson, headlines our February newsletter, which also includes the following articles: Walmart invests in ag startup Plenty American Prairie Reserve acquires 73 Ranch Colorado and Nebraska spar over water rights For up-to-the-minute

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Posted in Great Plains, Midwest, News Desk, Newsletter, Pacific, Southwest, West

Red Emmerson Becomes America’s Largest Landowner

With the acquisition of Seneca Jones Timber, Sierra Pacific Industries becomes America’s largest private landowner with 2.33 million acres of timberland in California, Oregon, and Washington. By Eric O’Keefe Photography by Gustav Schmiege III Red Emmerson grew up in a

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Posted in California, Editor's Choice, Eric OKeefe, Feature, Land Report 100, News Desk, Oregon, Pacific, Timber, Washington

The Land Report Winter 2021

Our Winter 2021 Issue features the debut of the Land Report 100 sponsored by Hayden Outdoors. Among the leading stories from this year’s report are: New No. 1: California’s Emmersons acquired Seneca Jones Timber 175,000 acres and became the nation’s

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Posted in Back Issues, Great Lakes, Great Plains, Land Report 100, Midwest, News Desk, Northeast, Pacific, South, Southwest, West

Land Report December 2021 Newsletter

Finishing strong! That’s the takeaway from our December newsletter, which leads off with the largest ranch sale in Montana history: Rupert Murdoch acquires the 339,285-acre Beaverhead Ranch The Dean Witter Ranch sells to the Wildlands Conservancy Farmland Partners acquires Murray

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Posted in International, Midwest, News Desk, Newsletter, Pacific, South, West

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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Posted in California, Colorado, Lisa Martin, Montana, New Mexico, News Desk, Ranching, Rockies Special Section, Southwest, West

The Sweet Potato Whisperer

BY CARY ESTES To football fans, it’s known as “the trenches.” It’s the battlefield that runs the length of the line of scrimmage where jumbo-size athletes toil in obscurity, digging and sweating and struggling to control every precious inch. That’s

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Posted in Cary Estes, Farming, FrontGate, North Carolina, South, Spotlight

Hallowed Ground

BY CARY ESTES We are trailing Bear through a thick hardwood forest in Central Alabama. No, not Ursus americanus, the four-legged beast. Instead, we are following the same wooded trails once traveled by Paul “Bear” Bryant, the legendary University of

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Posted in Alabama, Cary Estes, Editor's Choice, Feature, Fishing, Hunting, Lands We Love, Recreation, South

Land Report September 2021 Newsletter

Breaking stories dominate our September newsletter: USDA reports a 7 percent increase in farmland values Montana’s $136.25 million Climbing Arrow sells $4.5 billion pipeline proposed to capture carbon at Midwest ethanol plants ConocoPhillips pays $9.5 billion for Shell’s Permian Basin

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Posted in Great Plains, Iowa, Midwest, Montana, Nebraska, Newsletter, North Dakota, South Dakota, Southwest, Texas, West

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