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Mount Ord Ranch

On the Cover: Mount Ord Ranch

The Mount Ord Ranch, named after the highest peak of the Del Norte Mountain Range, is a true legacy ranch and the epitome of a Far West Texas gem.

Demand for Texas Land Leading to Rapid Technology Changes

Demand for Texas Land Leading to Rapid Technology Changes

The meteoric rise of technology has reached rural real estate markets in a big way and has become even more relevant in the last two years.

photo by Mark Matson

Put Your Land to Good Use

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.

Two Creeks Ranch

Featured Listing: Two Creeks Ranch

Nestled in an ecological transition zone, Two Creeks offers the beautiful live water and legacy oaks and native pecans of the Hill Country and the varied brush and bull mesquite that marks superlative wildlife habitat in South Texas.

Featured Listing: M&M Ranch

The 465± acre M&M Ranch, located just 10 miles southwest of Kerrville, provides high-style ranch living with easy access to Hill Country hospitality and convenience.

Texas Youth Hunting Program

When it comes to recruiting young people into the ranks of educated, safe and responsible hunters who value private land stewardship, the Texas Youth Hunting Program (TYHP) is the nation’s gold standard—and has been for 25 years.

Just LANDed Properties: Winter 2021

Just LANDed: Winter 2021

From the pages of the Winter 2021 issue of Texas LAND magazine, enjoy a first look at these properties that have just landed on the Land.com Network.

Feverish Land Market Activity Continues: Third Quarter 2021

Research economist Dr. Charles Gilliland reports on Texas land markets for the third quarter of 2021.

Featured Listing: Black Willow Ranch

With plentiful live water, abundant wildlife, unsurpassed productivity and vistas that showcase New Mexico’s high-desert beauty, the Black Willow Ranch beckons pioneering visionaries

Winter 2021 Texas Land & Lifestyle Trends

Unique items curated especially for the discriminating Texas land aficionado.

Featured Listing: Pebble River Ranch

With 2,150 feet of the Guadalupe River’s South Fork and two year-round creeks, the 1,360-acre Pebble River Ranch is a live water paradise awaiting your personal stamp.

On the Cover: Dolce Vita Ranch

In the Cross Timbers Eco Region of Texas, Dolce Vita Ranch features both level land near the creek bottom and rolling hills looking off into the distance, making the diversity of terrain on the property truly unique. The elegant Italian-style main home sits near the highest point of the property.

Lakes of Gibbons Creek Ranch

Featured Listing: Lakes of Gibbons Creek

Lakes of Gibbons Creek Ranch is so named because of the exceptional amount of surface water covering over 920 acres in over 40 lakes and ponds to be found on the property. The water coverage on this ranch is more than the total acreage of all of Central Park in New York City.

Featured Listing: Honey Creek Ranch

Honey Creek Ranch, a part of the original J.P. Morris Estate, is a legacy property with lush native grasses, rolling hills with hardwood trees, creek draws and a 14± acre conservation lake.

Texas Land Conservancy; man walking in field

Conservation Easements: What are They, and Could They be Right for You?

Many Texas landowners face the same dilemma: how do you ensure that the land you love looks the way that it does forever? Using a tool called a conservation easement, landowners can ensure that the integrity of their land remains intact for generations.

Photo Credit: Jeremiah Morton Photography

Wildlife Partners: Profit in Conservation

No longer just a hobby for the rich, non-native wildlife has found its way into the hands of capitalists. As a result, critically endangered species from across the globe are thriving in private hands. Investors are claiming profits and their actions are saving wildlife for generations to come.

Texas Wildlife Association: The Voice of Texas Wildlife. Picture of Texas State Capitol

Texas Wildlife Association: The Voice of Texas Wildlife

Defense is needed every biennial session. With more than 7,000 bills filed on a mind-boggling array of subjects, there is always something lurking in the details that can create problems for Texas landowners.

Steps to Take Before Buying Rural Property

What do you get when you combine high demand and low interest rates? A Texas land rush, according to Farm Credit lenders.

Changes in Texas Rural Land Prices 2010-2021

Texas Land Market Activity Accelerates: First Half 2021

Research economist Dr. Charles Gilliland reports on Texas land markets for the first half of 2021.

Featured Listing: Cherokee Springs Ranch

Cherokee Springs Ranch, located between Cherokee and Bend in southeastern San Saba County, is a 1,685± acre wonderland of live water, diverse landscapes, unsurpassed productivity and real Hill Country ranch living.