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Monarch Ranch

On the Cover: Monarch Ranch

The Monarch Ranch is located in a historically rich section of Val Verde County. Following Texas’ independence from Mexico in 1836, John Coffee Hays is the first American recorded to visit Val Verde County in an effort to establish a road from San Antonio to El Paso in 1848. During his time tracking the road, he renamed the San Pedro River the Devils River, to fit with the difficult terrain.

The Mayfield Ranch

Featured Listing: Mayfield Ranch

The Mayfield Ranch, situated near the beautiful foothills of Sierra Tinaja Pinta, encompasses just over 35,000 acres of deeded land and 35,000 acres of TXP lease land, making this ranch a little over 70,000 acres of pure seclusion and paradise.

James Pharaon Creative photo of house in the country

Photo-Ready Ranches

“I love landscapes, especially Texas landscapes,” Pharaon said. “I’m a Texas native and our open spaces are part of my soul. My job as a photographer is to capture images that inspire that feeling in other people.”

Property Improvements That Pay Off

Learn how to get more use and enjoyment from your property while increasing its value.

TWA Adult Mentored Hunting

Hunting Heritage 2.0

“The overall goal of Hunting Heritage is educating Texans about wildlife and the role that hunting plays in conservation through wildlife and habitat management,” said David Brimager, TWA’s Director of Public Relations and a Certified Wildlife Biologist®. “Through our new initiative H2, we’re combining our existing long-term programs with several new ones into one focused, integrated effort to educate Texans across the board and help funnel them into the field through mentored hunting opportunities.”

Brandon's great-great-grandfather and his wife

Brandon Bownds, Bownds Ranches: A Legacy of Ranching and Real Estate

Through Bownds Ranches, Brandon Bownds puts his multi-generation legacy of ranching and real estate to work on behalf of his clients every day. “It all goes hand-in-hand,” said Brandon, who is a fifth-generation rancher and a third-generation real estate broker based in Utopia. “You can read a book about something and figure out how to do it, but there’s no better way to gain knowledge—and no other way to gain firsthand knowledge—than by living it.”

Continuing to be a Ray of Sunshine Through This Unusual Year: LAND

Mainstream media has portrayed 2020 as doom and gloom for Americans; however, the rural land market continues to tell a different story.

Texas Two-Step: Winter 2020

From the pages of the Winter 2020 issue of Texas LAND magazine, here's our selection of two intriguing properties featured on the htgstj.cn Network.

Winter 2020 Texas Holiday Gift Guide

Our annual gift guide curated especially for the discriminating Texas land aficionado. Gift ideas ranging from gifts for the 以太坊区块链_以太坊价home, foodies, book lovers and more!

Texas Land Markets: Post Remarkable Recovery from the COVID Pandemic

Research economist Dr. Charles Gilliland reports on Texas land markets for the third quarter of 2020.

Featured Listing: Petan Ranch

This reputation cow ranch is mostly high, rolling grama grass hills at around 5,600 feet with 25 percent higher mountains and canyons. It is adequately watered and improved.

Two Creeks Ranch

Featured Listing: Two Creeks Ranch

Nestled in an ecological transition zone, Two Creeks offers the beautiful live water and legacy oaks and native pecans of the Hill Country and the varied brush and bull mesquite that marks superlative wildlife habitat in South Texas.

Texas Rural Land Prices 2010–2020

Texas Land Markets: Struggling Through the Pandemic

Research economist Dr. Charles Gilliland reports on Texas land markets for the second quarter of 2020.

wildlife; whitetail deer buck

Small Acreage, Big Impact for Wildlife

“From the agency’s perspective, size doesn’t matter when it comes to technical guidance or cost-share programs,” Siegmund said. “All landowners receive our best information for managing their properties, and cost-share money is awarded on the merit of the project, not on the size of the acreage.”

Pennington Creek Ranch

Featured Listing: Pennington Creek Ranch

Pennington Creek Ranch, low-fenced on three sides, is 以太坊区块链_以太坊价home to white-tailed deer that have been managed under TPWD’s Harvest Program, feral hogs, turkeys, dove, ducks, some bobwhite quail and non-game species.

Brazos River Ranch

On the Cover: Brazos River Ranch

The ranch features an excellent mixture of improved pasture and native pasture, a heavily wooded area consisting of various oaks, elms, cedar and some mesquite, as well as some rockier high ground on Barber Mountain. There is a wide variety of soil types on the ranch, however the majority of the soils are variations of some type of sandy loam. The property is currently being used for agricultural and recreational purposes; the sellers are currently ...

Back Porch Ranch

Featured Listing: Back Porch Ranch

Back Porch Ranch is situated in the Texas Hill Country, approximately two-and-a-half hours west of San Antonio or one hour east of Del Rio. Starting with a blank slate, the current owners have spent the last 13 years transforming the property into what it is today, a first-class Texas hunting and recreational getaway. Opportunities to entertain are endless with the Back Porch at Elk Lodge, sitting in the saloon, the African palapa or on the ...

Texas Two-Step: Fall 2020

From the pages of the Fall 2020 issue of Texas LAND magazine, here's our selection of two intriguing properties featured on the htgstj.cn Network.

First Impressions

Property entrances hold functional and aesthetic appeal for landowners. Gates are as much a part of Texas’ rural landscape as bluebonnets and wide-open spaces. But when it comes to design, tastes in the Lone Star State are as varied as the terrain.