Landowners, News Desk
2012 Land Report 100: Mike Smith
No. 36 Mike Smith
Slowly but steadily, Mike Smith of Amarillo has added to his landholdings over the years with the majority of his acquisitions throughout Texas. A large percentage of Smith’s holdings are concentrated in the Panhandle region. They include farmland and grassland that is used for commercial cattle and recreational pursuits.
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