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2022 Land Report Texas Issue

2022 Land Report Texas Issue

Presenting our 2022 Texas Issue featuring: King Ranch Art: Noe Perez continues a distinguished tradition of heralded artists who have journeyed to South Texas and celebrated Richard King’s great rancho. Conservation Equity Management: Kyle Bass and Terry Anderson create an innovative platform

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Posted in Agriculture, Back Issues, Cattle, News Desk, Recreation, Texas

Land Report March 2022 Newsletter

SOLD! Texas’s iconic 6666 Ranch. Learn more about this landmark outfit, which dates back to 1870, in our March newsletter. Other stories include: AcreTrader expands its Series B Funding Nebraska farmland jumps to $3,360 per acre Auction of California’s La

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Posted in Agriculture, Auctions, California, Cattle, Equestrian, Federal Policy, Nebraska, New Mexico, News Desk, Newsletter, Public Land, Recreation, Texas

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

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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Posted in Agriculture, BackGate, Bison, Buffalo, Conservation, Great Plains, Land Report 100, Nebraska, News Desk, Todd Wilkinson

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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Posted in Agriculture, Cattle, Conservation, Energy, Henry Chappell, Ranching, Recreation, Southwest, Texas

Midwest Farmland Values Up In the Third Quarter

The overall 2 percent rise represents the first year-over-year increase in ag land values in the past six years with Indiana and Wisconsin leading the way at 6 percent and 3 percent, respectively. Illinois grew 2 percent with Iowa at

Posted in Agriculture, Feature, Federal Policy, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Michigan, Midwest, News Desk, Wisconsin

Bill Gates: America’s Top Farmland Owner

The cofounder of Microsoft ranks as America’s largest private farmland owner. By Eric O’Keefe Call it a hunch, but the story did not jibe. I scanned the headline for the umpteenth time and then read and reread the pertinent details.

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Posted in Agriculture, Cattle, Eric OKeefe, Feature, Great Plains, Land Report 100, Midwest, Pacific, South, Southwest, West

Water Futures Start Trading Amid Growing Fears of Scarcity

Futures linked to the Nasdaq Veles California Water Index began trading on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange in early December, representing a whole new way to buy water. Amid concerns about climate change and resource scarcity in a state that uses

Posted in Agriculture, California, Cattle, Equities, Farming, Feature, News Desk, Pacific, Water

Money for Water

As the Colorado River Compact nears the century mark, an increasing number of conservation efforts seek to incentivize landowners’ valuable water rights. By Ken Mirr, Mirr Ranch Group The centennial of the Colorado River Compact is almost upon us. The

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Posted in Agriculture, Colorado, Conservation, Feature, Water, West

Federal Land Idling Program at Lowest Level Since 1988

The program includes the voluntary Conservation Reserve, which gives landowners annual rent payments for fragile farmland that has idled for a decade or more. A 2018 expansion hasn’t caught on with landowners according to Successful Farming, which estimates a net

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Posted in Agriculture, Conservation, Farming, Feature, Federal Policy, Hunting, News Desk, Water

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