Monthly Archives: July 2014

Ranches for Sale in Colorado Grow Quality Hay to Satisfy Cattle Needs

Cattle and calves make up the highest drivers of Colorado’s agricultural sector. The health and quality of these livestock animals depend on their feeds. As the Institute of Ecolonomics (IOE) writes in their online resource Ecolonomics.org, cattle must receive proper nutrition to achieve optimal health. In dry climates where green pastures can be scarce, hay becomes the primary source of essential nutrients for cattle.
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Exploring Ranches for Sale in Colorado? A Wealth of Wheat Awaits You!

Despite a recent history of drought, things are looking up for Colorado in terms of its major food grain crop: wheat. Following interviews with local farmers and agriculture experts, Ag Journal contributor Candace Krebs cites expectations that the state’s wheat industry will flourish this year.
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Seeking Cattle Ranches for Sale? See How Grazing Affects Productivity

Of all the many types of ranches in operation, those utilized for cattle production are typically some of the most profitable. However, to ensure optimum production and livestock quality, a ranch owner such as yourself must be responsible with the use of the land.
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Ranches for Sale in Utah Produce Profitable Agricultural Commodities

Thanks to ideal soil quality and climate conditions, it is not surprising that investors are swarming into the Beehive State and taking note of the value of profitable ranches for sale in Utah. In an article for Valley News, seasoned journalist Stuart Leavenworth writes about a ranch in Jensen, UT that has become a source of grass for China’s dairy industry and a healthy income source for owners Simon Wen Shao and Zhang Renwu.
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Got Your Eye on Oregon Ranches for Sale? Be Prepared for Drought!

Most people await summer eagerly, yet this season is not without its share of problems. In Oregon, where summer in most areas tends to be hot and dry, lush landscapes may soon give way to parched pastures. Drought did come to Oregon this year, according to KOIN 6’s resident meteorologist Riley O’Connor:
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Wyoming Ranches for Sale: Prospects for Todays’ Generation of Ranchers

Some people think of farm and ranch and farm life as anything but dynamic and economically upward. Young ranchers in Wyoming are all set to change this perception as their number grows each year. According to Star-Tribune writer Trevor Graff, the number of ranchers and farmers aged below 35 in the Cowboy State have increased by 17.4 percent since 2007. Their contributions to the state’s thriving agriculture industry certainly do not go unnoticed:
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Ranches for Sale in the Colorado Area and the Issue of Riparian Plants

Anyone looking for a suitable Colorado ranch for sale has a specific vision for it. Perhaps they plan to use the land to grow cash crops like cotton, wheat and corn. Others may want to start a cattle ranch and enter the beef production industry.
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Buy Colorado Ranches for Sale and Take Advantage of Beef’s High Price

Colorado welcomes about 60 million visitors each year, many of whom are drawn to attractions like ski resorts, national parks, and historic monuments. However, Colorado is also one of the country’s prime ranching capitals, and this year, the Centennial State is also welcoming a record number of bovine visitors. Why is this so? This article from The Denver Post provides further details on this development:
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Purchase a Ranch for Sale to Take Advantage of the U.S. Beef Shortage

If you were able to enjoy a top class steak during Independence Day, consider yourself one of the lucky few who can truly afford the luxury. According to a report from WICS ABC 20, the price for U.S. beef has ballooned over the past few weeks.
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Top Beef Cattle Breeds to Raise After Purchasing a Utah Ranch for Sale

Beef ranchers around the U.S. are sure to let out a cry of joy after the latest developments in the U.S. beef industry. According to a news report from the United States Department of Agriculture website, another foreign country is opening up its doors to have U.S. beef imported:
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