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Waterfowl Update: January 2016 Republic Ranches Tallon Martin

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January 26, 2016

          Texas waterfowl season is coming to an end and for many of us avid waterfowl hunters this has been a lackluster year. The ducks and geese have been extremely unpredictable. Many of our mornings have been spent snapping pictures of the sunrise instead of snapping pictures of limits. Biologists and ... READ MORE

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March 17, 2015

  Solar Pump Technology Earns Blue Ribbon in the Lone Star State   In the immense state of Texas, water is the key ingredient for all landowners to keep property thriving. And with every step that solar technology takes, the ability for Texas landowners to discover and utilize far more beneficial ways to help store ... READ MORE

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December 11, 2014

  Studying Rural Land Trends in the Lone Star State   The name Republic Ranches, LLC is commonly known, and the company is frequently sought out because of the fact that a skilled and extremely knowledge crew in all backgrounds of farm and ranch real estate make-up the team. With five offices located in or ... READ MORE

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November 24, 2014

  Landowners Study the Riparian Zone   There are a great deal of facets that come along with owning rural property; the land steward must study and understand everything there is to know in all areas to create and maintain a working ranch or even a family getaway that is focused on hunting, fishing or ... READ MORE

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November 12, 2014

  The Birds of Texas   From regional giants to the rare Mexican visitor, it’s truly amazing to bird-watch in the Lone Star State. With each section of Texas being so varied in both climate and area, the incredible number of species to be found is almost downright magical.   As 2014 begins to close ... READ MORE

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October 31, 2014

  The Culture & Kindness of Texas Hill Country   When you speak of Hill Country, you speak of a region that commonly includes all or part of twenty-five counties in the grand state of Texas. This area is truly stunning; it can offer up the feeling of isolation and peace; providing land to explore ... READ MORE

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October 28, 2014

  Defending a Homeland   The Lone Star State was home to hundreds of Native American Indians. The Apache dominated most of West Texas, and there were two groups among them – the Lipan and the Mescalero – that were hugely important to the growth of Texas.   Apaches were among the first to learn ... READ MORE

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September 29, 2014

  Desert Mule Deer Populations and Value on Private Lands in Texas     The Borderland Research Institute at Sul Ross University reports: “Mule deer populations ebb and flow with precipitation but the relationship isn’t always simple. Mule deer herds in the Trans-Pecos averaged 150,000 individuals and varied considerably (98,000-222,000).  Fawn production (fawn:doe) was also ... READ MORE

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September 26, 2014

  Relocating the Pronghorn in Texas Shows Definite Results   This project is a collaborative effort of the Borderlands Research Institute at Sul Ross State University (BRI), Trans-Pecos Pronghorn Working Group, Texas Parks and Wildlife Department (TPWD), Texas Parks and Wildlife Foundation, USDA-Wildlife Services and private landowners.   Most recently, in 2014, the Trans-Pecos Pronghorn ... READ MORE

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August 20, 2014

  H2O: The Valuable Commodity in Texas Real Estate   When it comes to purchasing property, there are a myriad of factors that prospective landowners have to understand before signing the dotted line. Even though when ‘Texas’ is mentioned the majority of people think of oil being the ‘gem’ buried in the land, it is actually ... READ MORE