Monthly Archives: July 2015

Ranches for Sale in Colorado: Challenges and Rewards in Family Farms

Did you know that majority of farms in Colorado are owned by individuals and families? Some of these properties or businesses are registered as “sole proprietorships,” wherein the legal owner’s partner and children could be helping out in the operations. Other family farms are owned and operated by couples, nuclear families, or multigenerational families. Read the rest of this entry


Looking for Ranches for Sale in Colorado? Prepare for the Location!

Are you looking for ranches for sale in Colorado? Don’t forget to study the location and prepare for it! The exact place where your soon-to-be ranch is located can affect several aspects of your business and your lifestyle, too, so you should take time to know what to expect and make plans accordingly. Here are some of the top considerations before you buy: Read the rest of this entry

Preparing Your Ranch for Sale: Dos and Don’ts to Maximize Your Profits

If you have a home or a small business that you wish to sell, you need to be strategic to get a healthy income from the sale. On the other hand, if it’s a big ranch that you’ll be selling, you would have more particular considerations and more preparations to accomplish. You might want to read up on these dos and don’ts to make most out of your ranch for sale. Read the rest of this entry

Ranches for Sale: Beef Market Outlook for 2015 Remains Optimistic

The beef market reached record highs in 2014, but that’s all in the rearview mirror. Now, farmers are looking forward to the market outcome this year, and outlook has been mostly optimistic. According to former Oregon Cattlemen’s Association president Bill Hoyt, although June beef prices weren’t as high as a year ago, they are still considerably better than the years that preceded 2014. Read the rest of this entry

Ranches for Sale in Wyoming: How to Save Energy on Your Farm or Ranch

Philip Anschutz, one of the richest men in America, with over $12 billion in assets, is seeking to build the nation’s largest wind farm in his Wyoming ranch, a 500-square-mile high-desert expanse. As the owner of the Power Company of Wyoming, Anschutz seeks to generate power with the wind farm and ship it to California—a potentially huge market for renewable energy—via transmission line. Read the rest of this entry