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Super A Ranch

Located 10 miles southwest of Kerrville on 1,791 acres, the Super A Ranch offers the opportunity for large-scale ranch recreation with all of the convenience of life in close proximity to one of Texas’ most highly prized towns. The landscape combines spectacular hills with open pastureland for the pastoral mix that characterizes the Hill Country.

New Opportunity for Forest Landowners

The Opportunity Zone Program, part of the new tax law, offers tax incentives that could impact forest landowners.

Spring 2020 Land & Lifestyle Trends

Our snapshot of the latest goods, gear and more for land aficionados—from bowties handmade with feathers to artisanal craft spirits made with honey from happy bees.

LANDscape: Spring 2020

From the pages of the Spring 2020 issue of LAND magazine, here's our selection of intriguing properties featured on the Land.com Network.

New Mexico

New Mexico is the Land of Enchantment

Regardless of how you plan to manage your property, New Mexico is a ranch-friendly state. The expense of ranch ownership is amongst the lowest in the West. Operation costs and state regulations pertaining to ranch activities are minimal and not overly burdensome. And land values are half the cost of surrounding states.

Rudio Creek Ranch

On the Cover: Rudio Creek Ranch

Located in Eastern Oregon’s Grant County near Kimberly, Rudio Creek Ranch’s landscape encompasses the region’s diverse beauty within 6,120± acres. (Rudio Creek Ranch adjoins 8,200 acres of BLM land.) Inside the ranch’s fences, the terrain ranges from rolling hills and dramatic mountains to flat mesas and pastureland lush with native grasses as well as cultivated alfalfa.

Texas Two-Step: Spring 2020

From the pages of the Spring 2020 issue of Texas LAND magazine, here's our selection of two intriguing properties featured on the Land.com Network.

Spring 2020 Texas Land & Lifestyle Trends

Unique items curated especially for the discriminating Texas land aficionado—from Texas beeswax candles to custom denim jeans that are grown, woven and sewn in Texas.

Agriculture & Wildlife Tax Appraisal in Texas

If you’re a Texas landowner, you’re in good company; 97 percent of our state is privately owned and managed. Accompanying the thrill of owning property in Texas, though, is that all-too-familiar sting of the state’s high property taxes, which begs the question—how can landowners maximize the use of their property?

Black Oak Ranch

Featured Listing: Black Oak Ranch

Black Oak Ranch is located just minutes from Mineola, Texas, featuring a custom-built 7,892-square-foot main residence, excellent facilities and multiple pastures for cattle, and over 30± acres of surface water between three different lakes that lay out beautifully on the property. This 387± acre ranch is ideal for cattle and a variety of recreational activities.

On the Cover: Super A Ranch

Located 10 miles southwest of Kerrville on 1,791 acres, the Super A Ranch offers the opportunity for large-scale ranch recreation with all of the convenience of life in close proximity to one of Texas’ most highly prized towns. The landscape combines spectacular hills with open pastureland for the pastoral mix that characterizes the Hill Country.

Palomas Ranch

Featured Listing: Palomas Ranch

The Palomas Ranch has a rich history, having been the quail hunting destination of three presidents, multiple governors and numerous other dignitaries over the years. Palomas Ranch is in one of the most highly sought after and tightly held areas of the country for ranch land. Few ranches of this size and prestige have ever become available in the area.

Petan Ranch

Listing of the Week: Petan Ranch

This reputation cow ranch is mostly high, rolling grama grass hills at around 5,600 feet with some mountain country and a few big, open flats.

Family of Greg and Shannon Fay walking by a lake in the countryside

The Effect of COVID-19 on the Land Brokerage Industry

In speaking with Fay Ranches agents located coast to coast in the United States over the past few days, each has remarked that their land investor clients are contemplating moving their families to their land to insulate themselves, to socially distance themselves.

Reflections from the Broken Heart of A Lumberjack-Forester

So much has changed in the woods over the last 30 years. Much of those early years, the characters I’ve met and the experiences I’ve had now, sadly, represent a bygone era. The hardest part of it all, besides seeing the modernization of logging, is that there’s no one to talk to about those days in the woods—nobody to reminisce with.