This article is featured in the Summer 2022 issue of Texas LAND magazine. Click here to find out more. By combining ...
This article is featured in the Summer 2022 issue of Texas LAND magazine. Click here to find out more. The rural ...
The recent sale of the Four Sixes (6666®) Ranch™ to a group led by “Yellowstone” creator Taylor Sheridan marks a new chapter in the legendary property’s ongoing story—a story that could have been penned by Hollywood screenwriters.
Putting the land into agricultural production or following an approved wildlife management plan can significantly lower property taxes. In many cases, it also can support the ecology of the region.
What do you get when you combine high demand and low interest rates? A Texas land rush, according to Farm Credit lenders.
As landowners, cowboys, hands, outfitters, real estate brokers and suppliers, we are all stakeholders in the steeped American tradition of ranching, farming and recreational land use. We would be well served by becoming more aware and more organized ourselves, refuting disinformation, controlling the message and being more engaged in the process.
Buying rural property, whether it's land, a farm, or a house in the country, is a major undertaking. You have several choices when deciding about the type of interest rate you want.
Take advantage of ag-use valuations to lower your rural property taxes. If you own rural land in the Lone Star State, there are ways to reduce your property tax burden.
Buying a farm or land is not something to jump into quickly. FCS Financial put together a list of 10 things to consider before you purchase land.
When owning timber-producing land, one of the most important considerations you can make is how to maximize the income that it generates.
The threat of liability exists anytime landowners open their property to anyone, including family and friends.
The lessons learned in South Texas as border wall construction proceeds is an ongoing case study of federal taking for landowners throughout the nation.
The largest overhaul of the U.S. tax code in three decades went into effect this year, impacting farmers, ranchers and other rural landowners in a variety of ways. For the most part, financial experts anticipate benefits for these groups.