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New Landowner Innovations

Landowner Revenue Dashboard

Thank you to all our landowners who have generously been providing feedback to make LandTrust better for everyone. Today, we are introducing a whole new way for landowners to see the revenue you’ve earned on LandTrust and much more. Earned, expected, and even potential revenue from sportsman inquiries are now visible in your personalized landowner dashboard! Landowners are the foundation of what makes LandTrust unique. We think this new dashboard will make it easier for you to manage inquiries as well as learn helpful tips to get more bookings. A full breakdown of the new landowner dashboard is below. 

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Access is a Challenge if You Don't Have Indefinite Cash Stream

Todd Decker Testimonial

Reflecting back on the spring turkey season, we can all agree it was more successful and enjoyable than the 2020 season. With fewer unknowns in the world and the ability to control more variables, we saw many of our LandTrust sportsmen have great trips! Among them, was Todd Decker, a Denver resident who is always facing a challenge when it comes to land access in Colorado. 

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Your Next Private Land Hunting Trip...

With summer quickly approaching, sportsmen all across the country are starting to plan for the upcoming hunting season. Tags are being purchased, dates finalized, and lodging arrangements made. Whether you’re searching for public vs. private hunting land, self-guided vs. with a hunting guide, or planning to camp vs. book a hunting lodge, there is a lot to coordinate before your hunting trip. Before you spring into a new season, its important to review your options: 

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Busy Farm Finds Support in LandTrust Partnership

Creekside Farms Testimonial

“Many other landowners I know want to run and hide during hunting season.” says Toynette Siewert, co-owner of Creekside Farms near Billings, MT. “Suddenly you have friends come out of the woodwork that you never knew you had, asking for permission to access the land.”
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"Within 2 Weeks We Had $10K And Were Booked Up."

Testimonial Tuesday! LandTrust is built around trust; the high quality relationships amongst our landowners and sportsmen are what make the business work. We value those relationships and the experiences that our landowners and sportsmen share. We would like to share some of those stories with you, so you can get a look into what our partnerships look like. This week, we have a landowner testimony from Jonathan Birnbaum. Jonathan signed up as a LandTrust landowner almost a year ago and has seen a lot of action on his two listings: The Birnbaum Farm and the Black Horse Canyon Ranch (BHCR) are both located in eastern Washington.

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Two Leading Nebraska Families List on LandTrust

Hello Landowners and Sportsmen, we’ve had a busy last few weeks! The LandTrust team is working hard to build more opportunities for Landowners and Sportsmen to work together for the upcoming hunting season and we have some exciting new listings in Nebraska to share with you.

New LandTrust Listings in Nebraska

Abbott.1The Abbott Ranch

The Abbott Ranch is located in the heart of Sandhills, Nebraska and includes over 30,000 acres of lush, green grass on rolling terrain. This sixth generation working cattle ranch also offers access to over 30 miles of spring-fed, open-water tributaries of natural rivers, creeks and man-made ditches, including an 11 mile stretch along the Snake River. Lodging on the ranch consists of an old, ranch-style bunk house that has been well maintained. The bunk house has nine beds plus a couch, plenty of chairs, a microwave, TV and full bathroom. The Abbott’s welcome waterfowl sportsmen for a great experience on their pristine land. Check out the Abbott Ranch listing here!

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Trying New Things Pays Off for Storey Hereford Ranch

Today on the blog, we bring to you a father-daughter duo that have been LandTrust landowners for over a year. Katelyn Kohlbeck’s family moved to Bozeman, MT in 1919 and has been raising registered Herefords since 1935. However, Katelyn was honest about what many ranching families know when she said “You can’t just live off of cows.... We needed to find another way to make a little bit of income in between the checks that you get from cattle sale to cattle sale.”

SHR Working Ranch (1)The Storey Hereford Ranch, Bozeman, MT.

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