Posted on: January 15, 2020
The North Fork Ranch is an exceptional offering on the western slope of the Big Horn Mountains. Consisting of 160 +/- deeded acres and 500 +/- BLM lease acres, this property brings together a diversity of protected canyon matrixes and lush meadows providing ideal habitat for wildlife. Deer, turkeys, ducks, geese, upland birds, and a host of other species are abundant on the North Fork. The north and south forks of Otter Creek confluence on the property and... Read More
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Posted on: January 14, 2020
If you are thinking about buying hunting property, then purchasing a ranch may be your best investment. You can develop your ranch property as a perfect setting for hunting while still enjoying the economic benefits of owning land. When beginning the search for ranches for sale in Wyoming, start by determining what areas of the state are ideal hunting areas for the game you are interesting in. The next step is to contact a ranch broker. Utilizing the expertise... Read More
Posted on: January 5, 2020
Robert E. Pfister II, Pfister Land Company is celebrating ten years as an Accredited Land Consultant (ALC) through the Realtors Land Institute (RLI) this January. RLI is headquartered in Chicago, IL and is an affiliate of the National Association of Realtors. A real estate professional with the... Read More
Posted on: December 13, 2019
Habitat preservation and enhancement play an extremely important role both globally and locally. According to the USDA’s National Resource Conservation Service nearly 70 percent of this Nation’s wildlife habitat is interspersed over privately owned landscapes. And this is why preservation and enhancement of habitat on private land is crucial. Taking measures to protect and enhance your land for wildlife are often the same actions that would be... Read More
Posted on: November 18, 2019
The Hazleton Cirque Ranch is truly unmatched as a contiguous, private mountain ranch and is the true embodiment of everything the Bighorn Mountains have to offer. The 1,161 +/- deeded acres are saddled on the Powder River Divide between Buffalo and Ten Sleep off of Highway 16. The property is easily accessed from the north by Gold Mine Road or from the east by Upper Doyle... Read More
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Posted on: November 15, 2019
Rob Pfister is a Wyoming Attorney and Broker of Pfister Land Company, LLC, operating out of Buffalo, Wyoming. He received his Juris Doctorate in 2001 from the University of Wyoming and has been specializing in the acquisition and disposition of farm, ranch legacy and sporting properties for fifteen years. Over the year, the practices of brokerage... Read More
Posted on: October 19, 2018
Owning land is an investment. Part of the investment value, the appreciation, is most often realized at the time of asset transfer or sale. Unlike appreciation, the cash flow component of the investment is realized while the property is owned and operated.
In Wyoming the most common types of operations are oil and gas leases, renewal energy leases, cattle or other livestock grazing, hospitality, hunting and fishing leases, habitat... Read More
Posted on: October 2, 2018
The recently released USDA NASS Agricultural Stats for Montana reveal a mixed bag.
Rent for non-irrigated cropland was reported as $26.50 / acre, up $0.50 / acre from 2017. Irrigated cropland values were not reported.
Though farmland rents are not explicitly tied to commodity prices, there is a close relationship between the two. For August 2018, wheat prices were reported at $5.32 / bushel, a increase from $5.13 / bushel in August 2017.... Read More
Posted on: September 13, 2018
The USDA released their National Agricultural Statistics Service Land Values 2018 Summary in August. The report details farm real estate values, which include cropland and pasture values.
For the Mountain Region, which includes Arizona, Colorado, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, Utah and Wyoming, the farm real estate average value per acre is $1,140 / acre, up 0.9 percent from 2017. The blended figure represents a range of $4,200... Read More
Posted on: July 15, 2018
Northwest Farm Credit Service (NWFCS) has released their midyear market snapshot on the hay market. The specifics on supply and demand as well as hay prices are summarized by region.
California: The number of acres in alfalfa is the lowest since 1919. Total production has been reduced by 44 percent, which equates to 3.5 million tons.
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