Landowners And Wildlife Management

Wildlife management involves the employment of scientific knowledge and specialized skills for defense, conservation and management of wildlife in addition to their habitat. It is an interdisciplinary issue which includes biological, technological, social, economical and legal issues. Wildlife management requires expertise in species ecology, biology, behavior, and physiology of wildlife populations. Also, wildlife management studies, […]

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Wind and Wind Rights

Wind is an energy source to be used by consumers along with gas, coal, hydropower and nuclear energy. It is an example of kinetic energy, and some of that kinetic energy can be adapted into electricity and can be harnessed to make mechanical power as well. It is mathematics, art, power and science all at

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The Basics of Easements

When buying farms, ranches or land something that you must be aware of and run into frequently is easements. An easement is an irrevocable right to the use of another person’s property. Easements are often misunderstood and this misunderstanding of easements can lead to significant headaches later down the road after closing on a property.

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Soil Conservation: What it is and Why you as a Land Owner Should Implement It.

The Dust Bowl was the catalyst behind a 60-year endeavor in farming: soil conservation. The soil conservation movement was a result of the droughts during the 1930s, the effects of water erosion, the terrific dust storms created by wind erosion in the Great Plains, and by the urging of Hugh Hammond Bennett. In 1935, the

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American AgCredit Merges with Colorado‐based Ag Lender Farm Credit Services of the Mountain Plains

January 2012 (Santa Rosa, CA) ‐‐ American AgCredit has announced the merger with Farm Credit Services of the Mountain Plains, based in Greeley, CO, effective January 1, 2012. The merger will make the joint Association the 6 the largest Farm Credit cooperative in the U.S., totaling $5.58 billion in assets, and creating a combined customer base of

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Pristine and Historic Idaho’s Gold Fork River Ranch Sells

The Gold Fork River, near McCall, Idaho, is one of Idaho’s most scenic rivers.  The river flows through beautiful timbered mountains and forests until reaching Lake Cascade, south of McCall, Idaho.  This river is one of Idaho’s hidden gems, offering fishing for trout and land locked Salmon.  Elk, deer, cougar, bear and other wild game

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