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03/20/2015
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Swan Land Company is pleased to announce the sale of Birch Springs Ranch. 

03/18/2015
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Water Sage goes into depth on “What Makes a Great Water Right?”

02/17/2015
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We are excited to welcome Steve Leibinger as a new Sales Associate to Swan Land Company. With deep family ties to Montana and its rich ranching history, Steve is proud to call the West his home.
01/29/2015
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We are excited to welcome Scott Williams, a Wyoming native, as a new Sales Associate to Swan Land Company.  With extensive ranching, recreational and business experience, Scott brings a wealth of knowledge to our team. Raised on a working cattle ranch near Saratoga, Wyoming, his childhood experiences taught Scott the life lessons of working hard, being accountable and helping out where needed. 

01/27/2015
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Swan Land Company is pleased to announce the sale of Chesnut Valley Farm. This 1,068± deeded acres represent an opportunity to own solid irrigated farm land with reliable crop yields and extensive wing-shooting opportunities. Its healthy fields, coupled with abundant natural cover and acres of open water offer excellent wildlife habitat while maintaining the productivity of the existing agricultural operation.  Located in Cascade County’s most traditional agricultural locale, the Farm can be maintained as a very productive farming operation due in part to its abundant water resources and established water rights.

01/12/2015
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SHARED OWNERSHIP - WHEN PARTS ARE GREATER THAN THE WHOLE

12/18/2014
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Located on the northwestern edge of the Colorado Plateau in Utah, there is evidence of Native Americans dating back 8,000 years.  In an area now known as Nine Mile Canyon, a Native American tribe known as the Fremont Culture made this their home as early as 300 A.D. This prehistoric culture, primarily hunters and farmers, utilized quite sophisticated methods including irrigation for farming.  By 700 A.D., villages had been established and the Fremont region flourished until around 1250 A.D.  It is thought that more aggressive Ute, Paiute and Shoshoni peoples that migrated to the area may have displaced the tribe or absorbed the Fremont into their own culture.

11/20/2014
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If you are considering purchasing land that is protected under a conservation easement, understanding the fundamentals of these agreements is a valuable asset to determining if the land is right for you.  It is always best to start by discussing your questions and concerns with a qualified real estate broker or an attorney that has experience in conservation easements. They can help you find answers about what it is intended for, what rights and restrictions are in place and its specific terms and provisions.

What is a Conservation Easement?

11/18/2014
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Swan Land Company is please to announce the sale of Three Buttes Cattle Company - a sportsman’s paradise with Pope and Young deer and trophy trout in the 1.5 mile stretch of the Sun River that runs through the Ranch.  Located four miles west of Simms and about 45 minutes from Great Falls, the 1,237 deeded-acre Ranch encompasses native pastures, irrigated alfalfa fields, lush wooded river bottom, big valleys and dramatic views of Floweree, Crown and Shaw Buttes.  This part of Montana is an extension of the Rocky Mountain Front, which is often called the ‘Crown of the Continent’ and represents some of the most scenic and dramatic views in the Rocky Mountains. 

11/10/2014
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The state of Utah utilizes a program that benefits hunters, private land owners, the state’s economy and its wildlife.  Cooperative Wildlife Management Units (CWMU’s) are hunt areas consisting of mostly private lands that have been authorized for the specific purpose of managing big game animals.  This Utah government program has opened more than two million acres of private land to the public. In order to qualify for the program, landowners must have a minimum of 5,000 contiguous acres to manage deer, pronghorn or turkey and a minimum of 10,000 contiguous acres for elk or moose.  Private landowners may join together to form a single CWMU.

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