While growth and success tempt some companies to abandon principle for profit, Swan refuses to fall into that trap and remains true to the values he learned around his family’s kitchen table on their cow-calf operation in Montana’s Ruby Valley: personal integrity, hard work, respect and putting others’ needs before your own.
Heading into the first quarter of 2019, here's our quarterly roundup of the most expensive ranches and land currently listed for sale throughout the United States.
The Mountain West is a region of majesty and beauty. The wide mountain range lends to native plants that can survive in adverse conditions. The following native plants of the Mountain West can be seen in various habitats and do well in area gardens and landscapes.
From the pages of the winter 2017 issue of LAND magazine, here's our selection of intriguing properties featured on Lands of America.
August 21 will bring the remarkable sight of a complete solar eclipse traversing the United States from Oregon to South Carolina. Here's where to watch.
As a forest-service inholding, Idaho’s Teton Timbers Ranch is a virtual private wilderness retreat on the doorstep of some of the American West’s best outdoor adventures.
Just minutes from the slopes of Brundage Mountain—the “best snow in Idaho”—Bear Creek Lodge is perfectly situated for year-round adventure. The property offers nine guestrooms in its main lodge and three additional standalone cabins.
The West offers so many extraordinary things, from big peaks to big views to the exceptional big game. Dan Murphy, owner of M4 Ranch Group, breaks down everything you need to know about securing a big game license for your western ranch.
With spring blooms popping and regions thawing out across the country—OK, our apologies to the residents of Denver, Wisconsin and other Midwest ...
While Webster’s New World Dictionary defines a ranch as “a large farm, especially in the Western U.S., for raising cattle, horses, or sheep,” the fact is that this traditional definition of a ranch only scratches the surface of what transpires on many of today’s larger western properties.