Should you buy PRF Rainfall Insurance on your ranch?
02 Nov 2020
How would my operation have been affected by rainfall insurance this year? That is a question many ranchers are asking themselves.
Often referred to as “Drought Insurance”, Pasture, Rangeland, Forage (PRF) Rainfall Insurance provides insurance coverage on otherwise uninsurable acres of pasture, rangeland and forage acres. Instead of measuring production to determine coverage against loss, PRF uses a Rainfall Index developed by NOAA to compare actual rainfall to expected rainfall. PRF coverage is based on grid location rainfall and not county-wide rainfall.
Cade L. Standlee Joins CSM & Son
02 Nov 2020
Chas. S. Middleton & Son is pleased to announce that Cade Standlee has joined our team as a Real Estate Sales Agent in Texas.
The La Bonita Ranch
29 Oct 2020
Aptly named “La Bonita” or “The Pretty” Ranch, this extremely scenic and highly improved mountain property is located near Las Vegas New Mexico in San Miguel County.
Meet Dane Mount
07 Oct 2020
Get to know Associate Broker Dane Mount from Marble Falls, Texas.
FarmLogs: The Farm Management App
30 Sep 2020
What is FarmLogs? FarmLogs is a software program that provides an app for its user to help plan, manage, monitor and market their crops in one place.
Wildlife On The T Lazy S Ranch
23 Sep 2020
This extremely unique property is located between the ranching communities of Guthrie and Benjamin in King County, in the Rolling Plains Region of Texas. This outstanding ranch has everything that the sportsman could desire including diverse topography, live water, sculpted brush cover and extremely functional structural improvements.
Quinlan Ranch Elk Migration
16 Sep 2020
The Quinlan Ranch boasts outstanding big game hunting, rivaled by few, if any ranches in New Mexico. The ranch is located in a favored corridor through which elk migrate from Colorado to Rio Chama each fall and return in the spring.
Where the Buffalo Roam
09 Sep 2020
T.D. Kelsey’s version of home on the range takes place in the heart of the Big Empty. Texas’s King County has been home to many of the most storied ranches in the history of the Lone Star State, legends such as the Matador, the Pitchfork, and the Swenson Ranches.