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BLM Outcome-Based Grazing Proposal Deadline – Oct. 27

Posted on: October 12, 2017

The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) has created a new initiative to provide grazing permit holders additional flexibility in how they manage livestock. In the first year of this new innovative program, the BLM will work with permittees and stakeholders to identify 6 to 12 “Outcome-Based Grazing Authorizations.” In addition to the traditional process and prescription components of BLM grazing plans, the new authorizations will emphasize ecological... Read More

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Oct. 6th Deadline for WSGA Environmental Stewardship Award

Posted on: September 28, 2017

Oct. 6th Deadline for WSGA Environmental Stewardship Award

Friday October 6th is the deadline for applications for the Wyoming Stock Growers Association Environmental Stewardship Award. The Environmental Stewardship Award recognizes cattleman whose natural resource stewardship practices contribute to the environment and enhance productivity and profitability. Past winners include: Garrett Ranch (Pete & Ethel Garrett) in Casper SR Cattle in... Read More

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Colorado Farm Land Values & Rents

Posted on: September 20, 2017

Each year the United States Department of Agriculture National Agricultural Statistics Service releases their Land Values Summary. As part of the summary, they report values per acre of farm real estate, cropland, cropland split into irrigated and non-irrigated where applicable, pastureland, and the value of farmland and buildings. The report divides the country into economic regions: Northeast, Lake States, Corn Belt, Northern Plains, Appalachian,... Read More

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History of LoneTree Land and Livestock

Posted on: September 14, 2017

History of LoneTree Land and Livestock

At Pfister Land Company, we have the opportunity to represent beautiful properties often with unique, interesting histories associated with the land and operations. LoneTree Land and Livestock is one of these properties rich in heritage Rick Popham and Colleen Smith Reese purchased the base of the ranch, 2,420-acres known as the Popham Ranch, in May 1971 for $37 an acre, from Rick’s mother. Both families had ranching history in the region.... Read More

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Farm Real Estate Values in Utah & Nevada

Posted on: September 12, 2017

Each year the United States Department of Agriculture National Agricultural Statistics Service releases their Land Values Summary. As part of the summary, they report values per acre of farm real estate, cropland, cropland split into irrigated and non-irrigated where applicable, pastureland, and the value of farmland and buildings. The report divides the country into economic regions: Northeast, Lake States, Corn Belt, Northern Plains, Appalachian,... Read More

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2017 Land Values for Idaho, Montana, and Wyoming

Posted on: September 7, 2017

Each year the United States Department of Agriculture National Agricultural Statistics Service releases their Land Values Summary. As part of the summary, they report values per acre of farm real estate, cropland, cropland split into irrigated and non-irrigated where applicable, pastureland, and the value of farmland and buildings. The report divides the country into economic regions: Northeast, Lake States, Corn Belt, Northern Plains, Appalachian,... Read More

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Northern Plains 2017 USDA NASS Land Values

Posted on: September 3, 2017

Each year the United States Department of Agriculture National Agricultural Statistics Service releases their Land Values Summary. As part of the summary, they report values per acre of farm real estate, cropland, cropland split into irrigated and non-irrigated where applicable, pastureland, and the value of farmland and buildings. The report divides the country into economic regions: Northeast, Lake States, Corn Belt, Northern Plains, Appalachian,... Read More

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Heritage Orchard Programs in WY & MT

Posted on: August 12, 2017

Heritage Orchard Programs in WY & MT

Like many other fruit and vegetable crops, apples have experienced a severe loss of cultivar diversity over the last several decades. Of the 15,000 to 16,000 apple cultivars likely grown in North America, only about 20% of unique apple cultivars remain. Of the remaining, 81% are now “endangered” in the marketplace, with only one to three nurseries offering these cultivars for sale to growers. Wyoming and Montana have a rich history of... Read More

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Economics of the Working Wild

Posted on: August 7, 2017

Economics of the Working Wild

Last week our Montana sales agent, Kelly Beevers, attended the Western Landowners Alliance’s Economics of the Working Wild seminar in Missoula, Montana. The event brought together landowners from New Mexico, Arizona, Colorado, Oregon, California, Idaho, Wyoming and Montana to discuss what’s needed to financially and ecologically sustain the working wild in the American West. The... Read More

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Cattle Market Snapshot

Posted on: July 15, 2017

Cattle Market Snapshot

National Each quarter, Northwest Farm Credit Services publishes market snapshots for a wide variety of industries including the cattle industry. Their latest release of the national market provides valuable insights to changes in supply and demand.  In the first six months of 2017, fat-cattle prices were higher due to increased slaughter... Read More

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