ranchette: SO YOU WANT A HOME WITH HORSE PROPERTY TO START A SMALL RANCH OR FARM - 03/20/13 09:52 PM
So, you want to buy a home with horse property to start a small ranch or farm. "Farming looks mighty easy when your plow is a pencil, and you're a thousand miles from the corn field."  Dwight D. Eisenhower
Overview This article will give you some critical readings and references.   It is based to some extent on my own efforts as a city-slicker who moved out west and started up a small ranchette type operation.  But beware, I have specialized in backing blindly into learning nearly everything I know by observing peoples' mistakes.  And in many cases those mistakes were … (0 comments)

ranchette: 6 CRITICAL ISSUES in PLANNING a SOUTH DAKOTA HOBBY FARM - 04/12/12 02:03 PM
Making a Hobby Farm in South Dakota's Black Hills: Six Critical Factors The most critical seeds you'll ever sew at a hobby farm are its initial plans. Overlook any of these critical initial planning issues and you'll surely limit harvests forever.
For some people, there is nothing more emotionally satisfying than to get back to nature. And for most of us, there is no better way to get close to nature than hobby farming. A hobby farm could provide one with a change of lifestyle and the privacy we want, as well as feed our passion and create lasting memories. Besides … (0 comments)

ranchette: FIVE BIG ISSUES WHEN EVALUATING INVESTMENT LAND - 11/24/10 03:52 PM
by Lee Alley. Find your Black Hills dream home at Rapid City Search .com
5 Big Issues to Consider When Evaluating Investment Land in Black Hills, South Dakota You learn good land investment from mistakes...either yours or someone else's.   
If you get in the mood to buy or sell undeveloped land, call me first. I may try to talk you out of it if you have not yet done your "deep-diligence."
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It is critical when you buy that beautiful acreage, that you know how the soil will support cattle grazing, fracture a house foundation, or just stick to … (0 comments)

 
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