Early on when ranching in the west was in its infancy there wasn't much known about domestic livestock, wildlife, and disease. The result was catastrophic to some wildlife populations. As ranchers moved west so did domestic sheep ranches. Little did they know that their sheep carried diseases including a pathogen, mycoplasma ovipneumonia, tha...Read more

We often get asked about landowner tags when working with buyers who want to buy a ranch for hunting. In Colorado, in order to apply for Landowner Preference Program (LPP) the property must be at least 160 acres. This program was created to provide an opportunity for landowners to have a preference to draw tags and incentivize private landholder...Read more

A topic that often comes up when working with Buyers looking for hunting property or ranches in New Mexico and Colorado is the landowner vouchers or permits which are also now called authorizations in New Mexico. In this article, we will discuss the New Mexico Eplus Landow...Read more

A topic that comes up often when looking at cattle ranch is carrying capacity. Carrying capacity is the number of animals a ranch can support and you see it expressed in different ways. Sometimes it is given as the number of cows and calves the ranch c...Read more

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