Tag: Wyoming

Guide to Big Game Licenses on Western Ranches

The West offers so many extraordinary things, from big peaks to big views to the exceptional big game. Dan Murphy, owner of M4 Ranch Group, breaks down everything you need to know about securing a big game license for your western ranch.

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Rob Pfister: Old West Values, New West Vision

Rob Pfister, owner of Pfister Land Company in Buffalo, Wyoming, was weaned on the independent spirit and self-reliance of the American West.

Lands of America August 2016 Land Market News & Trends

News from Lands of America in August 2016, including an exquisite 60,000-acre Wyoming cattle ranch and income-producing pistachio orchard.

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Backyard Crown Jewels: Land for Sale Near National Parks

The National Park Service celebrates its 100th birthday in 2016. Here is some of our favorite land for sale on the doorstep of these treasured public lands.

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“Understanding” Buying Western Ranches

Broker Dan Murphy of M4 Ranch Group offers expert advice about transforming the potential of your ranch asset into a lifetime investment.

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Lands of America June 2016 Land News & Trends

June saw the arrival of a 69,550-acre Wyoming ranch and $100 million Texas game ranch, along with our long-awaited property types search feature!

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Top Dude Ranches for Sale

Calling all cowboy and cowgirl wranglers! With summer vacation-planning season almost upon us, here are eight dude ranch-worthy properties for sale on Lands ...

Fantasy Properties Where You Are The Star

Live out your favorite TV shows and movies in these unique properties for sale on Lands of America. Lord of ...

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The “New” Value of Ranch Properties

While Webster’s New World Dictionary defines a ranch as “a large farm, especially in the Western U.S., for raising cattle, horses, or sheep,” the fact is that this traditional definition of a ranch only scratches the surface of what transpires on many of today’s larger western properties.