Ranch Management

You Bought the Ranch or Farm, Now What?

August 8, 2018 Hall and Hall

As we have evolved from a manager of a few foreclosed properties in the early 1980s to our current role as a representative of, more often than not, “non-resident” owners of ranches or farms, it has become increasingly clear that our position with landowners has evolved. Our role, providing resource management services, ranges from simple overseeing such as establishing budgets and paying bills with periodic reports to full-scale, day-to-day management of a ranch or farm.

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TSCRA Cattle Raisers Convention Update

March 30, 2018 Hall and Hall

The TSCRA Cattle Raisers Convention was a tremendous success. The Hall and Hall expo booth was attended by Monte Lyons, Taylor Yeates, Tyler Jacobs,and John Wildin and visited by both existing clients and future customers of every generation. We were proud to display and engage with visitors on many of our best ranches from across all of our markets.

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Editorial and Opinion

The Value of Having Wealth “Tied to the Land”

February 7, 2018 Tyler Jacobs

What does it mean to be “tied to the land”? Once you have sold farms and ranches for 20 years and enjoyed much of the same lifestyle yourself, there are certain observations and conclusions that are easy to come by. Our past and current clients are all “tied to the land” in some way, whether it is by their hard work or by their investment in the land.

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Editorial and Opinion

Where are All the Quail in Texas?

January 4, 2018 Hall and Hall

One question we’re suddenly hearing a lot over the past few months is: “Where did they all go?!” Many folks have commented that they saw plenty of quail over the summer, but the birds seem to have disappeared over the fall and winter. Hunting reports have been mixed as well, with some having decent luck and others feeling frustrated with this year’s crop compared to the exceptional seasons of 2016 and 2015.

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