Monthly Archives: January 2015

How Ranches for Sale in Colorado can give you a Meaningful Retirement

Like deciding to buy a ranch and operate one, retiring from it can be one of the most difficult decisions a farmer can make. After years of caring for your cattle, crops, and/or land on a full-time daily basis, can you really wake up every day without the same routine? Sure, it may feel great at first because of the rest or leisure you could spend the freed time on, but eventually, won’t that endless vacation seem dull and dreary?
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Marketing Ranches for Sale: It Takes a Lot of Branding and Management

The beef cattle market has its ups and downs. During the last weeks of 2014, it was surely one of the market’s “downs.” November was great, as the fed trade set new record-highs and finished at $171/cwt. However, right before Christmas, the prices settled back to just $158/cwt., which experts believe is the bottom for the cattle market.
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Before Buying Utah Ranch for Sale in Riparian Zones, Know Your Duties

Buying a Utah ranch for sale is an exciting investment opportunity. Still, before finalizing this decision with the help of respectable brokers like Mirr Ranch Group, buyers should familiarize themselves with the available locations, and evaluate which is the most suitable for their intention, whether they want to raise cattle or grow crops.
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Buying Oregon Ranch for Sale: Top Tips for Growing Crops During Winter

When looking into acquiring a piece of real estate property like an Oregon ranch for sale from esteemed brokers like Mirr Ranch Group, forward thinkers always assess what they can do with their purchase. A good option is to turn the property into farmland. Some may fret that crop production stops at wintertime, but they really have no reason to worry.
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Wyoming Ranches For Sale—3 Tips to Protect Against Cattle Rustling

For some people, hearing the words ‘cattle rustling’ can conjure up thoughts of old Spaghetti Western movies where bandana-clad cowboys gather a cow herd and drive them to a distant and discreet location. Cattle rustling is something that rarely happens in movies today, which may lead most people to believe that it’s something that no longer happens in real life. Unfortunately, the reality is not that simple.
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Wyoming Ranches for Sale: The Process of Planning for Drought Season

For those who are serious about buying a ranch, nothing can stop them from doing so—not even the dreaded drought. Instead, they will take it upon themselves to be informed on how to best deal with it head on, without compromising their investment in the land.
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