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King Ranch’s 2015 acquisition of The Boon from Alice Walton’s Rocking W Ranch has spurred renewed interest in the iconic ranch’s Quarter Horse Division. The Land Report is proud to feature this cover story in the Magazine of the Texas Landowner, sponsored by Republic Ranches, in our March newsletter. Other news items include:
- Farmland Partners (FPI) closes a $197 million transaction featuring 118 Illinois farms.
- New Mexico Game & Fish permits Ted Turner’s Ladder Ranch to hold Mexican gray wolves.
- California’s Eagle Ranch donates a 3,255-acre conservation easement near Atascadero.
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USDA Provides $13 Million for Organic Program
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Turner Renewable Energy Acquires Solar Power Project
America’s largest landowner is full speed ahead on his renewable energy venture. Turner Renewable Energy …
The Land Report Fall 2013
With 2.2 million acres, John Malone takes top honors for the third consecutive year. His love of land, coupled with his wife’s love of horses, led to several key acquisitions, including a historic Irish castle just south of Dublin and two properties in Wellington, the epicenter of Florida’s equestrian community.
At more than 2 million acres, Ted Turner runs a close second to his good friend. Turner enjoys the distinction of being New Mexico’s largest landowner, and he capitalized on that honor by acquiring the historic Sierra Grande Lodge and Spa in Truth or Consequences. Guests at the Lodge will be able to enjoy tours of Turner’s 156,439-acre Ladder Ranch and his 362,885-acre Armendaris Ranch.
Thanks to his acquisition of the Broken O Ranch, Denver Nuggets owner Stan Kroenke moved up from No. 10 on last year’s list to No. 8 in the rankings. Among the newcomers to this year’s list are Texas’s Wilks Brothers, founders of Frac Tech. Their prized jewel is Montana’s 60,000-acre N Bar Ranch, which they acquired from former Land Report 100er Tom Siebel, founder of Siebel Systems. Another new name on the list is Arthur Nicholas, who serves on the board of the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum. Nicholas is the owner of Wyoming’s historic Wagonhound Land and Livestock Co., which is the subject of a new book by Land Reporters Wyman Meinzer and Henry Chappell.
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Elk Creek Ranch Acquires Seven Lakes
For those who are passionate about outdoor pursuits, the next great adventure can’t come soon enough.