Ranch and Farm Owners for Over 100 Years Recognized at State Fair
There are ranches and farms for sale all over the United States. Some people think that owning agricultural property like that can be too difficult to upkeep and is \”too much work.\”
Well, those people don\’t deserve to own beautiful ranch and farm property.
Some of the more brave families, who can handle the workload, are being recognized for their appreciation of wildlife, nature, and the gorgeous land across this great nation.
Argus Leader reports that ranch and farm-owning families who have spent more than 100 years as agro property owners will be recognized at the South Dakota State Fair this year.
The land-owner appreciation recognition will be help the first week in September at the fair in Huron. To be eligible, the ranch or farm has to be at least 80 acres of the original family-owned land, and must have been owned by the same family for at least 100 years.
The deadline to apply for recognition is August 11 and applications most contain documentation of the original purchase date.
Since the recognition awards have started back in 1984, there have been more than 2,800 century ranch and farms recognized.
You might be a prospective agro owner and are beginning to search for ranches and farms for sale across this country, and if you are, you are making a great decision.
There are all types of ranches and farms to choose from and each one will have a specific benefit for you and your family to enjoy — potentially for centuries.
That\’s one of the best reasons to buy agro land in the first place — the traditions that go along with it. Many of these ranches and farms have been passed down by generations with no sign of stopping.
There aren\’t too many things as sacred and special as passing down beautiful land to your children when you finally decide that it\’s their time to run the land. Imagine owning luxurious cattle ranches, your children and your grandchildren will be able to play and grow up on that beautiful U.S. property and one day look forward to owning and operating it themselves.
You don\’t have to be a landowner for 100 plus years to be respected. If you want to break into the agricultural production industry or just own beautiful land, check out ranches and farms for sale across the United States.