Tag: LAND magazine

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The Wild Side of Business: Adding Flavor to the Outdoor Experience

A mile-high look at a few cornerstone considerations for enhancing the outdoor enterprise through the culinary compartment.

Rivers of History: The Mississippi Delta Was the Making of Robert “Bobby” Jarvis

Rivers of family history and a passion for the land run through the life of Robert "Bobby" Jarvis.

LANDscape: Summer 2018

From the pages of the summer 2018 issue of LAND magazine, here's our selection of intriguing properties featured on Lands of America.

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In the Spotlight: Melody Golding is an Ardent, Adventurous Observer

Melody Golding is an author, photographer and artist living in Vicksburg, Mississippi.

Beaver Creek Ranch

On the Cover: Beaver Creek Ranch in Wyoming

The Beaver Creek Ranch, just west of Big Horn and Sheridan, Wyoming, is truly spectacular, exceptional and private. This offering represents an opportunity of a lifetime for someone who has their heartstrings pulled by the Bighorn Mountains and her lovely foothills.

Horseback riding in the Bighorn Moutain Foothills region near Sheridan, Wyoming

Just West of Worry, You’ll Find the Wonderful Sheridan Lifestyle

Just west of worry, you’ll find the wonderful Sheridan lifestyle from the peaks of the beautiful Bighorn Mountains to the working ranches below.

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Destination Spotlight: National Mississippi River Museum & Aquarium in Dubuque, Iowa

The Museum & Aquarium’s vision is to become the world’s leader in interpreting and protecting the life, history and culture of our rivers, to create a more global, knowledgeable and engaged citizen.

image of Champion Ranch, for sale in Leon County, Texas, by Icon Global

Listing of the Week: Between Dallas & Houston, Champion Ranch Boasts Prime Ranchland

Located halfway between Dallas and Houston, Champion Ranch boasts over 5,000± acres of prime ranchland.

Land trends: gear and products for land aficionados

Spring 2018 Land & Lifestyle Trends

Our snapshot of the latest goods, gear and more for land aficionados, from hand-crafted pottery and coffee to hunting gear like blind bags and all-terrain chairs.

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Gallery: An 1890s Dairy Barn Rebuilt

When JLF Architects Principal Paul Bertelli spotted an 1890s stone barn on a defunct Montana dairy farm, he knew just the client who’d appreciate its Old World resilience and charm. Here's a gallery of images from the renovated property in eastern Montana.

Spring 2018 LAND magazine: Featured properties

LANDscape: Spring 2018

From the pages of the spring 2018 issue of LAND magazine, here's our selection of intriguing properties featured on Lands of America.

Griffin & Howe Converts an Old Dairy Farm into the Shooting Grounds of the Future

Irwin Greenstein, publisher of Shotgun Life, takes in the expansive renovations and improvements undertaken by America shotgun-maker Griffin & Howe at New Jersey's Hudson Farm Club, one of the most attractive shooting layouts in the country.

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The Wild Side of Business: Top 10 Customer-Service Strategies

There are few industries that offer as much of an opportunity to profoundly impact client satisfaction through basic customer-service strategies as what you find in wildlife-based recreational enterprises. Our regular columnist outlines his ten tips for customer-service success.

Hayden Outdoors, Land Brokers

A Legacy Built on the Land: Hayden Outdoors

At Hayden Outdoors, father and sons Leo, Dax and Seth Hayden are building a legacy business on their shared passion for land—and the people who steward it.

Land for sale in Ravalli County, Montana, near Missoula

Listing of the Week: Pristine Land Parcels in Montana’s Big Sky Country

Located just south of Missoula and east of Florence in the Sapphire Mountain Range of the famous “Bitterroot Valley”, this property is accessed by Eight Mile Creek Road and features mountainous, rolling big sky country.

Finding the Best in the Business: Introducing RLI’s ALC Class of 2017

In 2017, 21 agents successfully completed RLI’s LANDU Education requirements to prove their expertise. They also met strict volume requirements to prove proficiency and experience in conducting land transactions.

Cattle Canyon Ranch for sale in Frontier County, Nebraska

On the Cover: Cattle Canyon Ranch in Central Nebraska

Over 7,880 acres located in Central Nebraska 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.

Patio at High Camp Farm, Tennessee

Listing of the Week: 1,800-Acre Sporting Paradise in Central Tennessee

Situated on 1,800 acres in central Tennessee, High Camp Farm is a world-class, high-fenced game preserve with a well-equipped lodge for sporting aficionados.

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Planning Considerations for Farmers and Ranchers

While farmers and ranchers confront the same problems as any business owner regarding succession planning, wealth preservation and estate taxes, they also face many unique issues. Specific tax rules, regulations, and the nature of their industry requires a specialized focus and expertise when planning for such clients.

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I’ve Been Contacted by a Wind Farm—What Should I Do?

Wind developers rely on landowners to make their terrain available for wind turbine construction. This mutually beneficial agreement gives wind ...