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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

Ford Family: 2019 Land Report 100 Sponsored by Hayden Outdoors Real Estate

Ford Family | No. 15 600,000 ACRES (up 20,000 acres) Founded by Washington native Kenneth Ford (1908–1997) in 1936, ROSEBURG FOREST PRODUCTS has become one of the largest family-owned wood products manufacturers in the nation. The company’s expansive timber holdings

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Posted in Conservation, Feature, Land Report 100, North Carolina, Oregon, Pacific, South, South Carolina, Timber, Virginia

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

Land Report 2019 Deal of the Year: La Bandera Ranch Sells In Just 26 Days

The 18,043-acre ranch stretches across Dimmit County in the heart of the renowned Golden Triangle of South Texas. Listed by Joey Bellington of Whitetail Properties, the asking price was just north of $54 million. Over the last two decades, prolific

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Posted in Conservation, Feature, Henry Chappell, Hunting, Minerals, Recreation, Residential Property, Southwest, Texas

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

Land Report Gear Guide: Trail Blazer

With a footprint for work or play, the 2020 HONDA FOURTRAX FOREMAN RUBICON comes in four models that bring more aggressive styling with redesigned grille and front bumper, bigger engine displacement for quicker acceleration and improved hauling and towing, upgrades

Posted in Editor's Choice, Hunting, Recreation

Briscoe Family: 2019 Land Report 100 Sponsored by Hayden Outdoors Real Estate

Briscoe Family | No. 13 640,000 ACRES By the end of his long and distinguished life, two-term Texas governor Dolph Briscoe Jr. (1923-2010) ranked as the single largest landowner in the Lone Star State. The family’s BRISCOE RANCH COMPANY got

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

Collier County Greenlights HHH Ranch Acquisition

Commissioners voted unanimously this month to move forward with plans to buy the 967-acre property, reportedly for around $10 million. Environmental groups praised the decision, saying the block of undeveloped land near Naples, Florida, provides essential habitat for endangered species

Posted in Conservation, Feature, Florida, News Desk, South

Loss of Digester at the Androscoggin Mill Impacts Timber Industry

An explosion inside a digester – where wood chips, water, and chemicals are mixed to make paper – tore apart a Pixelle Specialty Solutions’ mill in Jay, Maine. Until the April 15 blast, the mill processed some 1.5 million tons

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Posted in Feature, Maine, News Desk, Northeast, Timber

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