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“I wanted to write about what I was seeing because at the end of the day, what we have right now is billions of dollars flowing into some of these alternative proteins in the past five years. And what's come out have been a lot of ultra-processed, unhealthy products. They are using climate marketing to really make folks think that they're gonna be impacting the climate when they're eating these products, but often they're really not, it's really just surface level.” - Chloe SorvinoLet us debunk how farmed meat contributes to Earth’s carbon in this podcast episode.
FIRST CROWDFUNDED RANCH DEBT - Owner Shows You How it's DoneBeing young, not having a financial background, and not having much help are the struggles that challenged Jesse Nelson’s beginnings in creating American Beef Ranch. What he did have was fortitude, a solid plan with technical experience, and the ability to think outside the box. Because of this, Chris Rawley with Harvest Returns noticed Jesse's potential, and together they came up with a strategy to crowdfund Jesse's ranch debt. This podcast will teach you how they turned a dream into a tangible income-generating reality.
How Can Bison Help Create a More Sustainable Future for Ranching? In this episode, our guest Jeremy Gingerich shared his mastery of bison ranches, hunting, and production. He believes that a lot of the time, it's human-nature not to change until there's enough pain to force a change, let bison be bison, and let nature be the selector.Advantages, marketing norms, and misconceptions about Bison ranching are hot topics. Since 1999, Jeremy Gingerich has practiced progressive management on some of the largest ranches in Montana, Colorado, Nebraska, and New Mexico, including some of the most diverse and critical wildlife habitats in the Northern and Southern Rockies. Throughout his career, he has used a holistic approach that recognizes the dynamics among working landscapes, human communities, livestock, wildlife, fisheries, riparian systems, and the human need for open space, natural areas for personal meaning, and sustainable agricultural enterprises.
How a Montana Rancher is “Gamifying” Livestock Production with His Innovative Virtual Reality on the Blockchain?In this episode, Trinity resumes sharing his journey in building his ranching in Metaverse called Cattle Kings. Without risking millions of dollars, he sees Cattle-Kings as a game-changer in educating people on managing their herds before embarking on the actual enterprise.Trinity conveys how people perceive his unconventional way of advocating for the ranching industry using decentralized platforms. Andy Rhan also gives us an update on Montana’s land market and economy. Asking prices, inflation, and interest rates are some areas of the topic.
Why time matters more than space in grazing management?In this episode,  our guest Jim Gerrish discusses his experiences and methods of grazing management principles. He is an independent grazing lands educator, consultant, and writer providing services to ranchers on both private and government lands across the US and internationally. American Grazing Land Services is his family-business where he provides workshops, conferences, and consulting. Jim also works with numerous ranchers of varying sizes who utilize both irrigated pastures and native rangeland.
How did a Montana rancher make the leap to million-view vlogging success through decentralized platforms?In this episode, our guest Trinity Vandenacre is one of those “good ‘ol boys” whose primary love and occupation is Western life, family agriculture, and rural communities. This internet sensation wants to teach and help people understand the true aspects and values of ranching, as well as bridge the gap between people in the city and those on the range. Through social media and online video platforms, Trinity developed a brand and educational content that have now received 17 million views and higher viewership than many traditional forms of media. Additionally, he is beginning his own extraordinary way to educate people on the reality of ranching by “gamifying” livestock production through his virtual reality called Cattle Kings. This Metaverse is a completely digital world of ranching but on a blockchain.
Is society ready to move away from industrialization in favor of more environmentally responsible practices?In this episode, Will Harris tells the story of how he revived a 130-year-old farming method. His episode was the most shared on the Joe Rogan Podcast, and it's clear why. By using sustainable and environmentally-friendly practices, Harris has improved the quality of his cattle while preserving the land.  He is a true world-class cattleman, and his story is both inspiring and informative.His company, White Oak Pastures, is a radically traditional farming operation that uses humane animal management practices to butcher meat from animals raised in a regenerative manner. Their vertically integrated, zero-waste model requires 155+ people working together to care for the land and livestock.
What does political and financial independence look like? In this episode we sit down with Gary Buchanan, life-long political and financial independent, who has decades of experience as a financial advisor and public service in Montana. In addition to managing financial portfolios, he is running as an Independent for the US House of Representatives. We also have some unexpected guests drop in, who update us on the real estate market down in Texas.
When are you effectively “out of business”?Part 2 with  Sage Askin. During this discussion, Askin outlined the trade-off between the price of the land and the benefits of keeping someone else's animals on it. He also talked about numerous strategies for making goats and hair-sheep viable livestock.  Sage thought it was best to maintain a fairly rigid separation so that your enterprises could stand on their own and be self-sustaining. A few areas of the topic were gross margin analysis, land valuation and ownership, and types of land leases.
Audio file - Rich Bradbury with Intro Outro - Part 3“If you have a problem with how the world is working, invest in land.”In this episode, Rich Bradbury brought up how an emphasis on conservation and implementation of innovative technology is advancing him from the competition. He views that what you put into the community is exactly what you’re gonna get back.Aside from the Oregon ranch market opportunities, he discussed the importance of a network of people and the community for being in the industry for 40 years.  Generational ranching, water rights, a new set of ranch buyers, Certified Commercial Investment Members, and commercial real estate are some areas of topics in this conversation.Download the full episode here See more episodes at: https://ranchinvestor.buzzsprout.comWebsite:  #oregon  #esginvesting  #cooperatives #ranchrealestate #ranching #realestatepodcast #investing
Where is the starting line on ranching?In this episode, our guest, Sage Askin discusses how he started bootstrapping  Askin Land and Livestock 10 years ago. He wanted to be independent, but he is now responsible and works for many other individuals. Askin also describes the custom grazing on lease land and the sell-buy model.His company, Askin Land and Livestock, raises grass-fed cattle, Dorper sheep, horses, and dogs. They choose the freedom to enjoy their lives and preserve Wyoming’s traditional old western cowboy values while raising happy healthy livestock and kids in the country.   Askin Land and Livestock concentrate on optimal and sustainable production. #Ranching #Wyoming #Family #ranchrealestate #livestock #realestatepodcast #investingDownload the full episode here See more episodes at: https://ranchinvestor.buzzsprout.comWebsite:
When is it most effective to work alone or work with a team? Round 2 with Rich Bradbury. In this episode, our guest reflected on his experiences working with various groups over the years and revealed in depth what works and what doesn't when joining a coop. DeVries and Bradbury also did not miss an opportunity to critique the issues of the US food system and third-party-verification.  Website: #oregon  #esginvesting  #cooperatives #ranchrealestate #ranching #realestatepodcast #investing
What is farming the right way?In this episode, we sat down with Paul Grieve to discuss the benefits of his farming practices to the environment, animals, and human health.  He is the founder of Pasturebird which is now one of the largest pasture poultry producers in the US.Pasturebird is a family farm that believes in the regenerative power of pasture-raised livestock for land, animal, and community. The end result is chicken that’s rich with old-school flavor, nutrient-dense, and environmentally responsible.
How is success influenced by working with a co-op of ranchers? Let’s find that out in this episode as we sat down with  Rich Bradbury, who flew all the way from Oregon to Billings, to impart his valuable experience in collaborating with a Co-op of ranchers. Rich Bradbury is a fifth generation rancher in the Great Basin. He has spent the majority of his life in the Plush, Oregon region. He is co-owner of one of the ranches that make up the former MC Ranch.
How do fossil rights influence ranch land values? In this episode, Nate Murphy shares his experiences as a dinosaur excavator and fossil preparations expert. He contracts with private landowners to locate and excavate fossils. He then prepares the fossils in his lab in Billings MT – Dino Lab – for museums worldwide.Nate Murphy became known as the “People’s Paleontologist”  in the 1990s. He discovered the world’s largest carnivorous dinosaur in Patagonia, South America. And when he found the best-preserved fossil in the world, Leonardo, he was featured in Newsweek,, New York Times and the 2004 Guinness Book of Record. 
Are you seeing a different attitude towards conservation among new buyers from traditional owners? In this episode, Catherine Semcer who is a Research Fellow from PERC discussed the change in land ownership and its implications for the conservation of both wildlife and water. Semcer is a subject matter expert with 20 years of success in demanding political environments and excels at providing innovative solutions to challenges in Research and reporting; project, program, and organizational management; influence building; and, government relations.
Do you see a day in the future when there will be an exchange in a secondary marketplace for carbon credits?  In this episode, we sit down with  Chris Mehus,  one of our first guests on Season 1 who came on to talk to us about the budding and the new carbon sequestration market for perennial grasslands of ranches, and now we will hear an update of what has happened since COVID and over the last two years. Chris Mehus has always maintained a joint passion for agriculture and the outdoors. He has applied his degrees in Wildlife Biology and Range Science to assist and advocate for ranchers who have a strong conservation ethic. He is an outspoken advocate for the Ranching For Profit, Integrity Soils, Holistic Management International, and related schools of thought and how they can be applied to create a thriving ranch business while creating healthy, functioning ecological systems with rich soil and diverse wildlife populations.
When will you have to pay the piper for his music? Be sure to check out Episode 6 of Season I with Max Hansen for a more technical “in the weeds” detail on IRS Section 1031 Deferment of Capital Gains if you are looking for the concise, legalese, attorney-speak because this episode is not that. As we bring Max back for Season III, we keep it high-level and casual in discussing the general status and overall effectiveness of this hot-button issue.
George has seen it all. From wind, oil, and gas developments to railroad, pipeline, and transmission line easements. In areas where elk, conservation, and recreation may be the highest and best use, to areas that seem to be unaffected by the progress of man. Tune in to hear George’s stream of consciousness as he breaks down the steps and process for valuing ranches or certain particular aspects therein.
The “Suits” on Wall Street always get a bad rap from mom-and-pop on Main Street. We have one of the heaviest hitters on our show today to set the record straight for “the suits.” Tune in to find out what institutional investors think about ranch lands and the future of rural America, straight from the horse's mouth of one of the most badass investment bankers to leave Wall Street.Freedom-loving, gun-nut, Afghanistan War Veteran, and MBA grad from a powerhouse investment firm in the big nasty Chicago, Patrick Daley gives us insight into what's to come for land owners in the west.
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