It is fairly common for people to purchase ranch land in an attempt to join the US beef industry. Judging from the strong performance of the US beef industry in recent times, who can blame them? However, people looking to purchase ranches in Colorado often have an option that other ranches cannot offer.
The state of Colorado has been blessed with abundant natural beauty in the form of the Rocky Mountains as well as multiple lakes and rivers. This natural beauty is often the reason why people who purchase ranches in Colorado convert their properties into dude ranches. Read the rest of this entry
When people purchase ranch land, most of them dream of starting a profitable cattle ranch. With the way the US beef industry has been performing as of late, it is easy to understand why people want to do so.
However, establishing a horse breeding ranch is another lucrative option for people looking to start a business on their new property. There are many practical uses for horses, whether in agriculture or sports, or simply as a pet—meaning there will always be a demand for these animals. If you are interested in starting a horse breeding ranch, here are a few breeds you might want to consider raising: Read the rest of this entry
The American culture seems obsessed with failure, and people are generally terrified with the concept. You probably know a few—individuals and conglomerates alike—who spend a fortune just to avoid the possibility of failure at all costs. Some people are afraid of failing so much that they end up not accomplishing anything. Clearly, the idea of failure can be incapacitating. Read the rest of this entry
There’s a stark difference between owning a ranch and running one, which is not unlike owning a car and actually knowing how to drive and maintain it. For those who are new to the ranching business and considering purchasing ranch land in Colorado, here are a few tips. Read the rest of this entry
Cattle farming may seem like a daunting task, especially for people who may have purchased a ranch on a whim. Such ranch owners may find themselves wondering whether they have the capacity to carry out the daunting task of livestock raising if they do not have the benefit of first-hand experience. Read the rest of this entry
Before buying a ranch, it’s important to assess the property to avoid any regrets. Upon arrival, try your best not to get caught up in the sheer beauty of your surroundings. Clear your head, keep your eyes peeled, and survey the land to ensure that the place lives up to your expectations. Listed below are some questions you’ll need to ask yourself: Read the rest of this entry