32 – Langdale Family – 240,000 acres

Based in Valdosta, Georgia, the Langdale Company dates back to 1894. Founder John Wesley Langdale died in 1911 and left his property to his three sons, one of whom was Harley Langdale Sr. Harley acquired more and more land, most

Posted in Georgia

33 – Koch Family – 230,000 acres

Dixie cups, Brawny paper towels, Stainmaster carpet–these are a few of the consumer products produced by Koch Industries, one of the world’s largest privately held companies. Among the family’s holdings are the Matador Cattle Company in Texas and another 92,000

Posted in Kansas, Missouri, Texas

31 – D.K. Boyd – 243,437 acres

A Lubbock oilman, Boyd acquired the 137,372-acre Frying Pan Ranch in 1996 and the 106,065-acre LE Ranch in 1998. The two cattle ranches are among the most historic in the West Texas/Southeast New Mexico region and date back to the

Posted in New Mexico, Texas

20 – The Lyda Family – 320,035 acres

Gerald Lyda was a San Antonio general contractor who built landmarks such as the Tower of the Americas and the Alamodome. But cowboying was in his blood, and he loved to buy and sell ranches throughout the Southwest. Just ask top-ranked Ted Turner,

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