Posted on: August 12, 2017
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
Posted on: August 7, 2017
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
Posted on: July 15, 2017
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
Posted on: June 22, 2017
Northwest Farm Credit Services and Mike Krueger of The Money Farm recently released their 2017 grain market outlook focusing primarily on winter and spring wheat.
Last year marked the fourth consecutive world record crop... Read More
Posted on: June 19, 2017
Earlier this month our Buffalo-based team joined together with folks from all over Wyoming to support the Wyoming Stock Growers Land Trust (WSGLT). The Branding Iron Classic golf tourney was held in our back yard in Buffalo, Wyoming.
The annual event raises funds to support agricultural land conservation and the WSGLT's Young Producers Assembly.
We were happy to join alongside others who believe in,... Read More
Posted on: June 13, 2017
In Idaho, irrigators have specific options to realize additional revenue through the short-term leases of their unused water. To facilitate these leases, the Idaho Water Resource Board operates the Idaho Water Supply Bank as well as local rental pools. For the Board bank, water rights may be leased to the Bank, if not currently in use, and rights may be rented from the Bank for beneficial uses such as commercial, industrial,... Read More
Posted on: June 9, 2017
Earlier this month, folks from our Buffalo office attended the Bots Sots Remount Horse Sale in beautiful Sheridan, Wyoming.
It is in the spirit of appreciation for all variety of horse - Indian ponies, work horses, cavalry remounts, ranch horses and polo ponies - that the Bots Sots Remount was created. "Bots Sots" is the Crow term meaning "heap good." This and the... Read More
Posted on: May 30, 2017
Northwest Farm Credit Services releases a Market Snapshot of land values quarterly. Their recent report shows strong fundamentals for the states in the region. The decrease in number of sales in 2013 - 2015 reflects constraints in supply rather than weak demand.
Across the Northwest, land values varied by state, but remained stable or increased throughout.
... Read More
Posted on: May 24, 2017
Currently we have five properties listed for under $1.5mm. This summer we invite you out to tour one of these properties and begin your legacy in the American West.
Watefront Lake House on Lake DeSmet
Johnson County, Wyoming
- Approx. 4,776-sf newly constructed executive shoreline home
New Property for Sale
Posted on: May 16, 2017
Father-son pair Michael and Mark McCarty have been in the business of cattle ranching in Wyoming for decades. In 2000, the family purchased a ranch 10 miles south of Cody from Desert Ranches under the leadership of Burk Teichert.
Unlike the operations at their previously owned family ranch or their lease / management agreement on the Two Dot Ranch 16 miles north of Cody, the cattle operations on their newly acquired turn-key property had calving... Read More
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