Preview: Spring 2018 Issue of LAND Magazine on Newsstands Soon!

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image of LAND magazine spring 2018 coverEnjoy a sneak peek at the spring 2018 issue of LAND magazine, which goes to press at the end of this week. Highlights from this quarter’s issue include our usual roundup of exceptional land and property for sale throughout the country, including the issue’s cover star, Cattle Canyon Ranch.

Cattle Canyon offers over 7,880 acres in central Nebraska, which are home to multiple wildlife species, variable terrain, excellent grass, dryland and irrigated crop ground, and an opportunity to run over 1,400 cows for the next ranch owner.

Other highlights to enjoy include a profile of the family owners of Hayden Outdoors, Leo, Dax and Seth Hayden, and advice from our regular columnist, Greg Simons, about how to make your wildlife-business succeed with superior customer-service strategies.

Look out for your issue to land in mailboxes soon, and enjoy your read this spring! Not a subscriber? Find out more about becoming a subscriber here.


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