From the pages of the Fall 2019 issue of LAND magazine, here's our selection of intriguing properties featured on the Land.com Network.
While growth and success tempt some companies to abandon principle for profit, Swan refuses to fall into that trap and remains true to the values he learned around his family’s kitchen table on their cow-calf operation in Montana’s Ruby Valley: personal integrity, hard work, respect and putting others’ needs before your own.
Jessie Allen shares a story about a way to give thanks, to practice remembrance and honor the process of food retrieval from the wild places of Wyoming.
Winter in the country's national parks is a special season, with fewer crowds, snow-covered landscapes and a different rhythm of life for the wildlife that calls these scenic places home. Discover the best of the season with our top picks for national parks to visit this winter.
As we head into the first quarter of 2019, here's our lineup of the ten biggest ranches currently for sale in America, representing over a million acres of land for sale!
The Lands of America Comparable Sales database currently tracks sales information for almost 250,000 sales transactions dating back to 2003. This year saw sellers submit sales data for over 27,000 sold properties to our database, totaling some $11 billion in rural land and real-estate sales activity for the year.
From the pages of the fall 2018 issue of LAND magazine, here's our selection of intriguing properties featured on the Land.com Network.
Nested above the Shell Valley and sprawled across the western edge of the Big Horn Mountain Range of Wyoming, rests the historic, 6,713-acre Bighorn Mountain Ranch.
The OW Ranch is the original headquarters of the Kendrick Cattle Company and operates on nearly 50,000± contiguous acres, of which 32,428± is well blocked, deeded land.
Our snapshot of the latest goods, gear and more for land aficionados, from elegant, hand-made furniture to handcrafted cheese from the rolling hills of central Iowa.
When people in other industries go on vacation, they want to get as far away from anything relating to their business as possible. In the land industry, land experts and landowners take a break from land by… going to see more land! Here are our picks for five perfect hikes for land lovers.
From the pages of the summer 2018 issue of LAND magazine, here's our selection of intriguing properties featured on Lands of America.
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.
Take it from two people who did and who truly believe they reside in one of the most magnificent places in our great country. Everything about the Bighorn Mountain Foothills of Wyoming says "welcome home."
Just west of worry, you’ll find the wonderful Sheridan lifestyle from the peaks of the beautiful Bighorn Mountains to the working ranches below.
Of some 110,000 new property and land listings showcased on the Land.com Network in May 2018, some notable new arrivals include a 20,502-deeded-acre legacy ranch in Wyoming and $46-million stunner in the mountains near Steamboat Springs, Colorado.
An $83-million agricultural ranch in Florida, 31,551 deeded acres for sale in northeastern Wyoming and 12,000-acre spread sold in central Texas are some of the land and rural property highlights on Lands of America in April 2018.
The $34-million sale of a 11,800-acre Texas ranch and arrival of a 98,424-acre Wyoming ranch back on the market are some of the highlights of the land sector in March 2018.
February 2018 saw a new Pacific Northwest open-water shipping opportunity come to market, along with the sale of historic Pedernales River Ranch in Texas Hill Country and acquisition of Colorado's Sandstone Ranch by a conservation-minded consortium.
The Mountain West is a region of majesty and beauty. The wide mountain range lends to native plants that can survive in adverse conditions. The following native plants of the Mountain West can be seen in various habitats and do well in area gardens and landscapes.