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112 Mountain Views, Boerne, TX 78006 (Legacy Broker Group)

Featuring one of the highest buildable elevations in Kendall County Texas, the 70 acre Summit View Ranch is now available for sale. With quick and easy access to the San Antonio, Boerne, Fredericksburg, and Austin areas; Summit View ranch is an ideal dark-sky getaway location or full time home high in the Texas sky. End-of-the-road access accentuates Summit View Ranch’s isolation and solitude. Views across the Guadalupe River Valley to the south and the undeveloped hills to the north and west abound from the park-like summit of the…

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112 Mountain Views Dr., Boerne, TX 78006

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Featuring one of the highest buildable elevations in Kendall County Texas, the 70 acre Summit View Ranch is now available for sale.

With quick and easy access to the San Antonio, Boerne, Fredericksburg, and Austin areas; Summit View ranch is an ideal dark-sky getaway location or full time home high in the Texas sky.

End-of-the-road access accentuates Summit View Ranch’s isolation and solitude. Views across the Guadalupe River Valley to the south and the undeveloped hills to the north and west abound from the park-like summit of the property.

Additionally, the ranch features…

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The Australia Bushfires, which have been raging since November with unprecedented destruction, have encompassed an area in Australia approximately equal to the size of South Korea. Not only is the destruction of wildlife, and property absolutely devastating from these fires, but the effects that the fires will have on the Agriculture business could be detrimental to that portion of Australia’s economy.

Each year there is a season of wildfires in Australia which usually extend through the Summer and Fall months. These fires beginning in November are highly unusual as well as the ferocity in which these fires have been spreading. At least two dozen people have been confirmed dead and more are missing as the fires continue raging. So far, roughly 25.5…

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Recently, some big news has been revealed on the ranch real estate front.

The biggest ranch on sale in Texas and one of the biggest ranches in the United States has just been put on the market.

Brewster Ranches in West Texas

This West Texas ranch, called Brewster Ranches, spans over 420,000 consecutive acres. The owner and seller, Brad Kelley has spent over two decades buying nearby ranches to create this massive property. From the edges of the beautiful Rio Grande River and stretching to canyons near Big Bend National Park, this gigantic piece of land comes from 22 previous properties that Mr. Kelley consolidated. 

For Sale: One Ranch, Or Five?

Though the ranch is listed for $320 million, the owner has said that he is willing to…

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how usda nrcs can aid your land management


Did you know that through the National Resource Conservation Service in Texas, eligible landowners can receive financial and technical assistance in natural resource management?  Through grants, incentive programs, and stewardship programs, Texas landowners can find ways to sustainably manage their land and production. The goal of the program is to help implement conservative practices into your land, so not only will you be able to have immediate help with your land, but you will have secured the future for your land. 

Not only does the United States Department of Agriculture offer financial aid, but they also have programs that help in landscape planning, which includes ways to avoid watershed damage from the flash floods that frequent Texas.…

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A blight on the land of most ranch-owners in Texas is feral hog overpopulation. This post is an overview of wild pigs and their effects on the land you own or are looking to own.

Not only do they tear up the land, but feral hogs can spread E Coli and other diseases to humans and other animals, kill native species, and contaminate water sources. This invasive species can thrive in 79% of Texas and their population continues to increase exponentially. A study from 2004 estimated that Texas had around $52 million in damages annually resulting from feral hogs. Now, that estimation reaches as high as $1.5 billion nationwide. Needless to say, their presence within Texas is detrimental to ranching and landowning.

To get an idea of the scope of the…

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A hunting lease is an agreement between a landowner (the lessor) and someone who wants to use that land for hunting (the lessee). Hunting lease agreements can cover many details, including what animals can be hunted, how they can be hunted, the duration of the lease, hunting times, and provisions for other uses, like camping, fishing, and transport.

Hunting lease prices are determined by a range of factors, including the are of the land to be hunted, the quality of the area for hunting, and the number of hunters included in the lease.

Hunters often prefer to lease private land for hunting because it allows for a more controlled hunting experience. Less competition with other hunters (which might be expected on public land) means a higher quality…

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Cattle, sheep or goats don’t cause overgrazing; people cause overgrazing. Grazing done the right way – incorporating rotations and seasonal rest – can be very compatible with good stewardship of the land. Grazing can also be done in a manner to maintain or improve wildlife habitat. Grazing is inherently neither good nor bad. It is a land management tool that can be used positively or negatively to alter the habitat. How it is used is entirely the decision of the landowner.

grazing myth

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Cotton being harvested seen from the air

Pat Pilgrim knows a thing or two about scales of efficiency. Taking his father Bo Pilgrim's (of Pilgrim's Pride) model of vertical integration production from chicken farming to cotton ginning, Pat's PPF Gin in Cooper, Texas is bringing life back to the cotton production in the northeast land market region. 

Here's the big takeaway from the "Turning Soil, Northeast Texas Croplands Evolve" article from the Texas A&M Real Estate Center's Erin Kiella, John, Robinson, and Charles E. Gilliland:

"Pilgrim's program offers contracted growers a predetermined price for cotton while providing planting seed, fertilizer, other chemical inputs, agronomic consulting, picking/hauling, ginning, and warehousing services. According to Texas A&M AgriLife planning…

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