The Land Report

Spring 2015

The Magazine of the American Landowner is an essential guide for investors, landowners, and those interested in buying or selling land. The award-winning quarterly is known for its annual survey of America's largest landowners, The Land Report 100.

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NEW YEAR'S RESOLUTION As 2014 disappeared into the rear-view mirror, the Magazine of the American Landowner reached out to readers with a single question: What can we do better in 2015? W hat about an electronic version of The Land Report that we can distribute to our database as a quarterly service? Tom Smith, Tom Smith Land & Homes Ridgeland, Mississippi I hope The Land Report will continue to be the "go to" source for buyers, sellers, and stewards of land across Amer- ica. I think there is opportunity for the magazine to sponsor or produce regional and national conferences with emphasis on land sectors and issues related to land: ranching, grain, other row crops, forestry, recreation, minerals, water, wildlife, legisla- tive affairs, etc. John Kurtz, Kurtz Auction & Realty Owensboro, Kentucky T he Land Report continues to be the elite publication for our industry. Maintaining the brand you have established and allowing us to be a part of the brokers associated with your brand is a great honor. Mark Knight, Davis DuBose Knight Forestry & Real Estate PLLC Little Rock, Arkansas K eep telling the stories of the American landowner and the unique breed of brokers who serve this market. Plus, inform all regarding proposed governmental regulations that impact the interests of land- owners nationwide. Steve Baxter, Mossy Oak Properties of Texas Rockwall, Texas W e love The Land Report — a real class act. Kevin Smith, Smith-Kandal Insurance • Real Estate Brawley, California Henry Chappell's incisive prose coupled with Wyman Meinzer's epic photography brought to life the story of the Waggoner Ranch and its stewards. Not surpris- ingly, their profile of this great ranch also elicited gasps from gobsmacked readers, including a fan of the great Poco Bueno. I had a branded Wiescamp mare, Mexicali Honey out of Mexicali Rose. Skipper W, Poco Bueno, all were great as well. Every time a foal hit the ground, it always amazed me of its carbon-copy likeness so many years down the line. Amazing to see. Heather Wheaton via Facebook H ow can someone own this much property? Bet it is amazing! Theresa Harvell via Facebook W hat a shame! One of the most storied ranches in history on the auction block. Reid Evans via Facebook E very picture that Wyman Meinzer takes is truly unbelievable. Ronny Payne via Facebook H unted and fished on that back in the 80s when Bucky had it. Wish I had enough friends to buy it. Steve Marshall Morrison via Facebook 12 The LandReport | S P R I N G 2 0 1 5 LANDREPORT.COM C O N V E R S AT I O N A Fresh Start "Every picture that Wyman Meinzer takes is truly unbelievable." New ideas and old ways dominate your thoughts this spring. WYMAN MEINZER Interested in joining the Conversation? Engage The Land Report on Facebook, Twitter, Google+, and Pinterest. Or join our LinkedIn Group. THE BOLD BRAND

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