Ranches For Sale

5 Values I Learned on the Ranch

March 26, 2021 Hall and Hall

A “living legacy”... Very few get the opportunity to be a part of what they build… of what they leave behind. Expose your next generation to the iconic principles that conquered the West. Part working ranch, part retreat, part time-machine… IX Ranch offers something truly unique in our over-connected, stressed out and entitled society. It’s a salve for your soul, a personal wilderness ecosystem and vehicle to live your legacy.

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News

Moving to Texas?

March 25, 2021 INSIDER

If it feels like more and more people are moving to Texas, that's because, well, they are. From 2010 to 2019, the population of Texas swelled by around 3.8 million inhabitants. That leads to a total of about 29 million residents — more than the entire population of Australia. Texas has had a growing population over the past decade as more people are moving in than out in some metro areas.

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Ranches For Sale

Advice for First-Time Ranch Buyers

March 24, 2021 Hall and Hall

We're sharing our best advice for first-time ranch buyers. Buying a ranch for the first time can be an overwhelming process, especially if you aren't working with an experienced broker to help guide you through the process. The first step in buying a ranch for the first time is finding a farm or ranch broker to represent you.

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Ranch Management

Spring Calving Benefits

March 16, 2021 Hall and Hall

Spring calving season is here! As temperatures begin to rise and sunny days are on the horizon, many cattle ranches across the country are preparing for spring calving. While every ranchers' management philosophy is different, let's take a closer look at the benefits of calving in the spring versus calving in the fall. 

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Auctions

2020 Auctions Update

February 5, 2021 Scot Shuman

The past year was unusual for everyone --  Hall and Hall Auctions included! Our auction team was busy throughout the year and worked on projects from Hawaii to Virginia.  Like most auction firms around the country, we were forced to cancel or postpone several auctions in the spring due to restrictions on crowd size and other safety requirements. 

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