Monthly Archives: August 2014
Dude ranches (a.k.a. guest ranches) are a popular get-away option for families, especially those who are trying to “unplug” for a few days. As such, owning a Colorado ranch for sale in a great location with the intent of opening a dude ranch is a lucrative investment.
When considering prospective dude ranches, you might want to choose one that has a stream or a river on the property. After all, fishing is one of the most popular attractions dude ranches offer. Read the rest of this entry
The U.S. beef industry continues to soar, and savvy investors who got in on the action quite early are reaping what they’ve sown. According to an article from USA Today, the price of U.S. beef has reached an all-time high: Read the rest of this entry
It’s tempting to dream of farming bliss whenever you see a sign that reads “Ranch for Sale”. The countryside holds a certain romantic appeal to anyone who’s gotten tired of the city’s frightening pace and wants to try a hand at planting crops. However, despite what you may have seen in the movies, farming life is hardly that simple. To get you started on the right foot, an article by BeginningFarmers.org offers these practical tips. Read the rest of this entry
Owning a Utah ranch for sale can be a rewarding experience. After all, who wouldn’t want to live in a place where peace and quiet, fresh air, and nature come plenty? Yet these are by no means the only benefits ranch ownership in The Beehive State offers. Take a look at these other advantages, as listed by Dr. Jimmy T (Gunny) LaBaume in an article he posted on Land & Livestock International, Inc. Read the rest of this entry
Then as now, Oregon plays an important role in the nation’s agricultural sector. According to The World writer Chelsea Davis, the state is one of the leading producers of berries, grass seeds, and Christmas trees in the U.S. In fact, Oregon is the only state that produces blackberries, boysenberries, and hazelnuts on a commercial scale, thereby securing its place as a major contributor to the country’s economy: Read the rest of this entry
September is the best time to hunt elk in Wyoming, and indeed, Brett French of the Billings Gazette enjoins hunters to start prepping themselves for another bountiful season. French also stresses the need for hunters to be in top shape because encounters with elk in Wyoming often take place on hills, mountains, and steep climbs, thereby leading to hours of walking and hiking. Of course, nothing beats having one’s own private hunting grounds where they can bag game at their own leisure. Read the rest of this entry