Editorial and Opinion

How to Read a Topographic Map

September 12, 2019 Hall and Hall

As leading experts in the ranch brokerage field, we at Hall and Hall know the importance of a good set of maps. Not only can maps show the location and shape of a property, but they can also provide key information about the topography of the area.

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Inside Hall and Hall

Opportunities Due to Genetic Trends in Beef Industry 

March 19, 2019 Brant J. Marsh

Spending time in the sale barns with ranchers and cattleman, there is continual debate about the ideal cow.  The common answer is:  She weighs about 1,200 pounds, weans a big calf, does not take a lot of feed for maintenance, and breeds back each year.  Though this is a simple answer, does not mean it is an easy one.  The direction the beef industry is heading may make finding the ideal cow even more challenging.

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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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