Editorial and Opinion

Elk Hunting on Nebraska Ranches

October 10, 2018 Mark Johnson

Nebraska is well known for the Sandhills.  It is also well known as a great cattle producing region and is home to the top three cattle producing counties in the United States.  However, little is known about Nebraska’s elk hunting. Hidden within the river valleys of the Sandhills and Pine Ridge area of western Nebraska is a population of elk that are flourishing. With the combination of crops and cover, Nebraska is growing them big.

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Editorial and Opinion

Beachfront Paradise on Oso Peninsula of Costa Rica Hits Market

August 7, 2018 Bill McDavid

Years ago, I spent three weeks in Costa Rica exploring its interior and west coast from the Nicoya Peninsula all the way south to the Osa Peninsula right next to Panama. At the time, I was simply on a personal quest to see another land and wasn’t thinking at all about real estate. I was fascinated with and had never seen (and still haven’t) so much diversity packed into a relatively small country.

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Inside Hall and Hall

Circle 9 Spring Creek Ranch Profiled by The Wall Street Journal

June 14, 2018 Hall and Hall

We are thrilled that The Wall Street Journal profiled Circle 9 Spring Creek Ranch as a “House of the Day.” Resting in the shadows of the rugged Tobacco Root and Highland Mountains in the historic and lush Jefferson River valley, the ranch offers gorgeous scenery and miles of river and restored spring creek fishing, as well as productive pivot-irrigated farmland.

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Ranch Properties

Lambing Season on Big Sandy River Ranch

June 13, 2018 Dave Johnson

It’s lambing season on the 1.2M acre Big Sandy River Ranch in Southwest Wyoming where 70 lambs are born every day. Dating back to 1905, the Basque family continues into its fourth generation running 8,000 sheep on this 3,500 AU ranch operation.

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Ranch Properties

Lone Pine Ranch Featured in The Wall Street Journal & Other News Outlets

May 31, 2018 Hall and Hall

A Northern California ranch owned by the descendants of the late Dean Witter, founder of the eponymous investment bank, just hit the market for $31 million. Called Lone Pine Ranch, the roughly 27,000-acre property spans Trinity and Mendocino counties, about a six-hour drive from San Francisco. The approximately 5,300-square-foot main house has 10 bedrooms and five bathrooms.

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