Trey Hallmark and Kevin Meier have worked with—and learned from—Trip duPerier for more than a decade.
WOTUS (Waters of the US) is the on-going challenge to regulate water pollution — the EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) and ...
John Ed Stephan, of Ranch Investments in San Antonio, has a room full of trophies, a lifetime full of experiences, an abundance of anecdotes and an admirable intellect.
Few long-term investments can match land for added income potential and enjoyment.
Joey Burns sells ranches. Big, fancy ranches to fabulous people in breathtaking locations. Joey Burns is also married to a woman he has loved since the sixth grade, a frequent flyer for those less fortunate and a father of five. But, more than all of those things, Joey Burns is a man of integrity, ethics and balance.
Written by Michael J. Krause Agriculture and the agricultural industry meet basic human needs: food, fiber and fuel. Contributions provided ...
Just as there are creatures great and small, there are habitats great and small. Landowners, regardless of the size of their holdings, can make a difference for wildlife by improving the habitat.
What do you do when your life derives from a legend? You listen to that legacy. Add in your own flavor. Stand at the top of your own mountain. And, share it with the world. James King, great, great, great grandson of the legendary Captain Richard King, founder of the King Ranch, is doing just that.
Webster’s Dictionary defines success as, “the correct or desired result of an attempt.” Using that definition, Larry Jacobs of Jacobs Properties in Montgomery, Texas may just be the most successful man I have ever met.
What happens when a cowboy gets a “real” job? He excels at it. Because the qualities that make up a real cowboy, make an exceptional man.
In deer management, the elements of concern are nutrition, age and genetics. When a manager understands the impact of each of these and strikes a balance between them, the result is robust bucks and a healthy deer herd.
The Four Sixes Ranch is part of the famous Burnett Ranches LLC, which is among the most storied family-run businesses in Texas history.
Interview with Texas broker David E. Culver
When Dr. Ron Gill, Texas A&M Agrilife Extension Service, says that Texas weather is continual drought with intermittent floods, he is supported by Texas history. Droughts pose more danger today than in the past because of population growth.
When looking for an example of a family run business, one would be hard pressed to find a better example than Chas S. Middleton & Son.
The Lands of America team investigated all sorts of great new technologies and improvements for ranch-owners that are sure to ...