Cropland Management Best Practices | Texas Land and Ranch Ownership Resources

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Each property is different and has different needs from its owners. Whether you have livestock, crops, game, or are simply living on the land you have purchased, the fencing around your property is paramount.

This guide is a short summary of some different fencing options that you have when looking to enclose your land. With some insight into several options as well as some resources, this will set you on the right track when it comes to fencing in your property.

 

 

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Wooden

This traditional choice is attractive and easily customizable to fit your needs. Since you can paint wooden fencing any color that you want, it is arguably the most sightly fencing option. The thick wood is visible to livestock and is able to withstand severe

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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

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