Tag: LAND magazine

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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 ...

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Building a Legacy at Cross Mountain Ranch

Cross Mountain Ranch is the epitome of the great American West and one of the largest and most ecologically diverse recreational and operating ranches on the market today.

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Wildfires Wage War on the Wild West

The wildfires that swept the Northwest Region of the United States this past summer will leave a lasting scar across the land and communities affected for years to come.

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Listing of the Week: Su-Tian Ranch is One of Largest Ranches on the Market in South Texas

6,369± contiguous acres located in both Atascosa and McMullen Counties. The Su-Tian Ranch is one of the largest ranches currently on the market in South Texas.

LANDscape: Winter 2017

From the pages of the winter 2017 issue of LAND magazine, here's our selection of intriguing properties featured on Lands of America.

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On the Cover: Tom Brokaw’s West Boulder Ranch

Join Tom Brokaw as he shares his passion for West Boulder Ranch, an impeccable 4,128-acre property for sale in Park County, Montana.

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The Wild Side of Business: Risk Management 101

Greg Simons’ quarterly column focuses on the enterprise aspects of wildlife-based recreation that takes place on private lands across the country.

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M4 Ranch Group: A Brand of Excellence

Brothers Dan and Michael Murphy, owners of M4 Ranch Group are leaving their mark—well, actually their brand—on Colorado ranch real estate.

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Women in Forestry: Carolyn Mulligan and the Future of the Female Forester

Being relentlessly self-sufficient has been both a character trait and a hallmark of Carolyn's 32-year career as a forester.

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Yes, You Should Invest in Land Real Estate

For those looking to invest in land real estate, there are a lot of great resources out there.

Advertorial: M4 Ranch Group Celebrates a Banner Year

M4 Ranch Group is celebrating a banner year thanks to the owners—past and present—of the exceptional properties that we’ve been fortunate to represent.

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Winter 2017 Holiday Gift Guide

Our snapshot of what's trending in the land industry and lifestyle this season.

Fall 2017 LAND Trends

Our snapshot of what's trending in the land industry and lifestyle this fall season.

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Robb Van Pelt Lives it to Know it at Mason & Morse Ranch Company

At Mason & Morse Ranch Company, the standard is “live it to know it” and no one lives it or knows it like co-founder and broker Robb Van Pelt.

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Off-Grid Living: A Guide to Outdoor Living in Upstate New York

Since the beginning, Christmas and Associates has worked with many customers to set up their own small, self-sufficient camps. Helping people build a remote camp that is completely energy independent and comfortable is easy, affordable and rewarding.

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A Guide to Quality Living on Off-Grid Ranches

Lifestyles in the remote backcountry of the West have entered a new level of comfort with the benefits of today’s off-grid ranches.

LANDscape: Fall 2017

From the pages of the fall 2017 issue of LAND magazine, here's our selection of intriguing properties featured on Lands of America.

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The Rise of the Natural Wine Movement

If you keep abreast of wine developments in the press, you’ll have noticed the latest trend polarizing opinion in the wine world: natural wine.

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Q&A with Dry Farm Wines Founder Todd White

We sat down with Dry Farm Wines founder Todd White to discuss the rise of the natural wine movement in recent years and the benefits of these wines over their traditional counterparts.