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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Our snapshot of the latest goods, gear and more for land aficionados—from deerskin gloves to handmade furs made from Montana bison, sheep and alpacas.
The historic Circle E Ranch is a high-fenced hunting ranch located in one of the most sought after areas near Houston and College Station. The ranch is one of the more unique properties in the area and is a perfect combination for the outdoorsman, conservationist and cowman alike.
Blue quail do not observe the finer gamebird principles as bobwhites; rather, they are more rogue and prone to run like members of a gang who are scattering from law dogs.
Our annual gift guide curated especially for the discriminating Texas land aficionado. Gift ideas ranging from gifts for the home, foodies, book lovers and more!
Professionalism is often easy to recognize when you see it but is a bit more difficult to define. When it comes to the land and outdoors space, professionalism is not the job that you do, but how you do the job.
Our snapshot of the latest goods, gear and more for land aficionados—from hand-blown glasses inspired by the mountains to a soap kit made for outdoorsmen who take leisure seriously.
While Mossy Oak is now considered the king of camouflage, they’re beginning to make some noise in another industry as well—dog breeding and training.
White Oak Creek Ranch features nearly 5,000 acres of premium hunting and ﬁshing habitat and is limited to only 20 members. Our members own the ranch, split expenses, and can build their own home on our spectacular 120 acre lake. Everything required to maintain a ﬁrst-class ranch is taken care of by our on-premise staff.
There is something for everyone on this 45,000-acre ranch that rests between the Comanche National Grassland and Cimarron National Grassland. Rocky Mountain Elk have ventured out to their once native habitat in the plains. Over 300 head of local elk run up and down the river, trophy white-tailed deer inhabit the river bottom and mule deer come down from the grass and sage hills for feed and water.
Jessie Allen shares a story about a way to give thanks, to practice remembrance and honor the process of food retrieval from the wild places of Wyoming.
The ranching community has been forced to adapt to changing market pressures in recent years, often creating a blend between traditional livestock and farming practices and fee-based wildlife programs.
Texas family shares the bounty of their land with those who appreciate it
The late Nigerian novelist Chinua Achebe once famously said that, “Until the lions have their own historians, the history of the hunt will always glorify the hunter.”
This beautiful ranch is approximately 470± acres and a wonderful mix of improved pastures, native pasture, and thick wooded areas.
Is it actually possible to insulate mule deer herds in arid environments, such as the Chihuahuan Desert of West Texas, against the extreme pressures that can be delivered by harsh droughts? The answer is yes, to an extent.