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VOLUME 4


TWO WORLD-CLASS MONTANA RANCHES BECOME ONE

It is unusual for two adjacent world-class ranches to come to market at the same time, but that is just what happened with the West Boulder Ranch and the Burnt Leather Ranch-Steen Place, nestled side-by-side at the base of the Absaroka Mountains in McLeod, Montana.

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DIFFERENT ROLES FOUND ON A RANCH

A ranch manager has the unique ability to comprehend the needs of the land in their care and implement the vision of the owner. A manager assesses, plans and designs, then execute. He, along with the approval of the owner, establishes policies and carries out those plans and policies.

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TRANSITIONING FROM RANCH BROKER TO RANCH BUYER

North-central Montana has always held a special place in my heart. This seemingly endless part of the state fascinated me as a child, and I still have the same reaction to it today. Don’t get me wrong, I enjoy hunting and fishing opportunities all across this great state, but my biggest rush has always been loading...

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MINERAL RESOURCES & MINERAL RIGHTS IN THE SOUTHEAST

The vast mineral resources of the southeastern United States are wide-ranging and have a long history of discovery, development, and economic benefit. Mineral rights continue to be an essential component in the discussion of southeastern land real estate.

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MONTANA LANDSCAPES: DEEP-ROOTED PURPOSE OF SUPPORTING AGRICULTURE

After the snow melts and the grass begins to green, a renewed sense of optimism fills the air as newborn calves dot the Montana landscape each spring. Producers across the state consider their previous breeding decisions while busying themselves planning and preparing for the next calving season.

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GOOD FENCES MAKE GOOD NEIGHBORS

Growing up with my grandparents on our grain and livestock farm in Iowa, my grandfather had many sayings, but one that stuck with me that he consistently said was, “good fences make good neighbors.” I remember many long, hot days of walking the fences of our farm with a tin bucket filled with fencing staples, wire...

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PRICING LAND

One of the most challenging aspects of selling your land is knowing how to price it. The process of selling land is more often derailed by poor pricing strategy more than any other factor. Pricing land is not an exact science. It is fraught with subjectivity and emotion, and therefore inaccuracy.

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CHIHUAHUAN HIGH DESERT ECOSYSTEM

Stretching from the Central Mexican Highlands to three states in the southwestern corner of the United States and covering nearly 175,000 square miles, the Chihuahuan Desert is the largest in North America.

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INVESTING IN RANCHES

People pursue ranch real estate in the Intermountain West for many reasons. Some are looking for that perfect hunting and fishing property with big mountain views, live water, and a variety of wildlife. Others may want a large, productive cattle ranch with abundant water rights and agricultural components.

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BIG GAME HUNTING IN OREGON

Oregon may be the most underrated big game hunting treasure in the western United States. If you are not familiar with the state, only the western third of the state is dense, brushy, steep, rainforest-like hunting habitat. The eastern two-thirds is primarily made up of what is called the Blue Mountains ecoregion.

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THE LAW OF PRIOR APPROPRIATIONS: WHY ITS HISTORY IS IMPORTANT WHEN INVESTING IN A RANCH

There are two main types of water right systems actively used in the United States today: the Riparian system and the Law of Prior Appropriations. Many eastern states utilize the Riparian water rights system, which states that an owner whose property abuts a waterway has an inherent right to use that water in...

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