Tag: TEXAS LAND magazine

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North America’s Most Unique Big-Game Animal: The Pronghorn

Though they are often referred to as an antelope, pronghorns are not a true antelope and are in fact the only member in the family to which they belong.

Theodore Roosevelt conservation legacy

Raising Roosevelts: The Next Generation of Wildlife Conservation

Theodore Roosevelt’s contributions to wildlife conservation and land stewardship are monumental. Now it is up to the present generation to preserve the wildlife and land for those generations to come, just as Roosevelt did.

Fall 2017 Issue of TEXAS LAND Magazine on Newsstands Now!

The fall 2017 issue of TEXAS LAND magazine is now available! Along with signature properties like cover-star Double J Ranch, Barefoot Ranch and Hat Creek Ranch.

Summer 2017 Issue of LAND Magazine on Newsstands Now!

The summer 2017 issue of LAND magazine is now available, including a look at the ins and outs of buying a vineyard, the value of buying land through an ALC and our usual selection of incredible property and land for sale throughout the country.

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Seller Beware: Cashier’s Checks Aren’t Always as Good as Cash

You may not find many buyers presenting you with a cashier’s check for a small-ticket item, but this method of payment has been considered solid and trustworthy for large-ticket items or from buyers who contact sellers online—until recently.

Winter Wheat: Texas’ Best All-Around Wildlife Food Plot

Wheat that is planted with a grain drill provides beneficial interstitial spacing of plants, thus enhancing the foraging navigation for small birds, such as dove and quail.

solar energy

Harnessing the Sun: A Solar Energy Primer for Farmers & Ranchers

Solar technology helps a Texas couple embrace efficiency and self-sufficiency on their ranch.

Young hunters with the Texas Youth Hunting Program

Open Gates = New Hunters

The Texas Youth Hunting Program needs landowners to open their gates for the sake of young hunters and the hunting tradition.

How to Manage Your Habitat for Quail Sustainability

One of the most avid and dedicated group of hunters in the entire state of Texas are those that pursue quail. Often their most cherished possession is one or more good dogs that flush coveys and retrieve birds after they have been shot. Addicted quail hunters will freely spend money to support their habit.

Father, Son, Hunting, Field, Dove

Ghost Riders in the Sky

There are seven species of indigenous doves and pigeons in Texas, with white-winged doves and mourning doves being the two species that are the most abundant and are most commonly hunted.