Featured articles from land experts

cattle fencing
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The Best Fence for Cattle

Effectively Maintain Your Herd with the Best Fence for Cattle Whether you own a few cows or 5,000, quality fencing is essential for efficient cattle production and for protecting the investment of your forage and herd. There are certain factors…
The Best Wild Hog Fence
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The Best Wild Hog Fence

How to Effectively Protect Your Land with the Best Wild Hog Fence The problem: Significant property damage caused by wild hogs The solution: Control access with high-tensile fixed-knot steel mesh fencing In this article, we answer a question…
Blackbuck - Low-Fence Exotics
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10 Low-Fence Exotics Fit for Texas Ranches

The lure of low-fence exotics Have you ever dreamed of sitting on your porch and watching exotic animals from around the world roam your ranch? Blackbuck, bison, sheep, and a variety of other mammals that require little care are actually…
Added Value to Land
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5 Simple Changes that Add Value to Ranch Land

As landowners, we love to enjoy our land and see it grow in beauty. As business owners, we love to see our land grow in value as well. Here are 5 simple changes that can bring immense added value to your land. Fencing & Gates Exotics and…
Hunter Management
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Hunter Management for East Texas Landowners

With the hunting season wrapped up here in Texas, we though landowners may want to re-work some of their leases and get some fresh ideas on hunter management.  We asked Stephen Schwartz with Hortenstine Ranch Company who is a QDMA Level II…
Managing Deer Herd
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Managing the Deer Herd on Your Athens Ranch

Guest Contributor: Stephen Schwartz, Hortenstine Ranch Company, QDMA Level 2 Deer Steward Managing the deer herd on your ranch can be a daunting task if approached incorrectly. It is certainly one of those topics, like habitat management,…
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Whitetail Management on Your Property

Guest Contributor: Stephen Schwartz, Hortenstine Ranch Company, QDMA Level 2 Deer Steward We all want to attract and hold game on our property, but that’s often easier said than done. Whitetail management can be an overwhelming project…