Decades of experience have shown Bell, who founded Quick Line Service Company’s Ranch Water Division in 1990, that the availability of fresh water dictates land’s productivity when it comes to livestock and wildlife.
Solar technology helps a Texas couple embrace efficiency and self-sufficiency on their ranch.
The start of National Pollinator Week included the unveiling of the Bee Better Certified program, a program to help farmers and ranchers inform consumers how their products are farmed in ways that benefit bees.
With changing market trends and product demand, landowners continue to reinvent their properties to better serve their need for an increase in returns.
Secluded, sustainable, self-sufficient: going off-grid’s been the ultimate American dream since the days of Thoreau. But these days, getting away from it all is obviously a bit trickier than just packing up and moving to a cabin in the woods. Here’s what to look for when you start shopping around.
Before you start digging that idyllic water feature on your land, there are some basic questions you should ask first. We take a look.
There is a subtle, but critical difference between optimizing habitat and maximizing habitat.
Hunting and wildlife have become an increasingly important source of both income and recreation on ranches across Texas. As landowners have sought ways to maximize wildlife habitat, restoring rangeland with native plants and grasses have garnered a growing amount of attention.