Agriculture

On the Block: Historic 1,115-Acre Woodside Farms in Virginia

Originally part of a land grant from King George III, the prestigious 1,115-acre farm and ranch stretches across the verdant Shenandoah Valley. Sometimes referred to as Court Manor, the working cattle ranch boasts exterior and interior fencing along with a

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Posted in Agriculture, Cattle, Farming, Feature, News Desk, South, Virginia

Land Report 2019 Farmland Deal of the Year: Cole Ranch in California

America’s Smallest Appellation Sells There’s a particular breed of wine aficionado who insists on having everything just right. Specific varietals in specific glasses. Serving temperatures not in a range but at a number: 49° for whites and 59° for reds.

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Posted in Agriculture, California, Eric OKeefe, Estates, Feature, Pacific

Land Report 2019 Conservation Deal of the Year: Las Varas Ranch in California

Las Varas Ranch is donated to the University of California, Santa Barbara (UCSB). In a move that won praise from both educators and environmentalists, Berkshire Hathaway’s second-in-command funded the $70 million acquisition of the historic 1,800-acre Las Varas Ranch by

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Posted in Agriculture, California, Conservation, Feature, News Desk, Pacific

Land Report 2019 Ranchland Deal of the Year: Bixby Ranch in Wyoming

An Iconic Wyoming Ranch Changes Hands for Just Second Time By Corinne Gaffner Garcia When Wyoming’s historic Bixby Ranch sold in December, the significance of the transaction ran much deeper than the facts listed in Hall and Hall’s marketing brochure.

Posted in Agriculture, Cattle, Corinne Garcia, Feature, News Desk, West, Wyoming

Bayer Launches Carbon Initiative

The agricultural powerhouse announced plans to reward farmers in the US and Brazil for generating carbon credits as a result of adopting climate-friendly practices that include no-till farming and cover crops. The company’s stated objective? To reduce the carbon footprint

Posted in Agriculture, Conservation, Energy, Feature, News Desk

O’Connor Family: 2019 Land Report 100 Sponsored by Hayden Outdoors Real Estate

O’Connor Family | No. 16 587,800 ACRES The O’CONNOR RANCH encompasses portions of Goliad, Refugio, and Victoria counties in Texas’s Coastal Bend. Founded by Irish immigrant Thomas O’Connor (1817-1887), the County Wexford native owned approximately 100,000 head of cattle and

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Posted in Agriculture, Cattle, Feature, Land Report 100, Minerals, Southwest, Texas, Water

Land Report 2019 Ranchland Deal of the Year: Bixby Ranch Changes Hands for the Second Time in History

One of the oldest continuously running cattle operations in Central Wyoming was sold in December 2019 to Casper-based True Ranches. The nearly 17,000-acre parcel stands in the shadow of the Laramie Mountains and sprawls five miles southeast of Glenrock where

Posted in Agriculture, Cattle, Conservation, Farming, Feature, Washington, West

Land Report July 2020 Newsletter

Highlights from our July newsletter include: Australia’s Forrest family acquires two cattle stations totaling more than 500,000 acres. The Conservation Fund acquires 15,408-acre Chadbourne Tree Farms in Maine. Burger King Prevails in court, wins dismissal of vegan lawsuit. For up-to-the-minute reports on

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Posted in Agriculture, Alabama, Auctions, Cattle, Conservation, Federal Policy, Florida, Georgia, International, Kentucky, Maine, News Desk, Newsletter, Northeast, South, Tennessee

Leading Harvest Takes First Steps

On Earth Day – April 22 – the nonprofit collective of farmers, conservationists, landowners, managers, and investors launched operations with the expressed intention of tackling complex ag issues ranging from biodiversity to sustainability. “This innovative effort establishes a rigorous and

Posted in Agriculture, Cary Estes, Cattle, Conservation, Farming, Feature, News Desk, Water

Lykes Heirs: 2019 Land Report 100 Sponsored by Hayden Outdoors Real Estate

Lykes Heirs | No. 14 615,000 ACRES In 1900, patriarch Howell Tyson Lykes shuttered his medical practice in favor of growing citrus and raising cattle with his seven sons on 500 acres near Brooksville, Florida. Today, family-owned Lykes Bros. maintains

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Posted in Agriculture, Cattle, Feature, Florida, Hunting, Land Report 100, South, Southwest, Texas, Water

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