In Montana, elk hunting is a way of life.
Follow these whitetail hunting tips and tactics and have more success this deer season.
April is a busy month for our landowners as many gear up for calving season and/or planting season. That didn't stop 11 landowners from going live with their LandTrust listings though! We welcome many new listings across the state of Nebraska, but also a few from Montana, Kansas, Wyoming and Michigan. Whether you're looking ahead at whitetail hunting in Nebraska or Elk hunting in Montana this fall, we've got plenty of options for you. Likewise, if you're searching for a remote getaway from your own busy schedules this summer for a little R&R, we have many landowners offering just that!
The best person to guide you afield isn’t someone else. It’s you.
There are many reasons to hunt deer in Nebraska. An incredible hunting adventure awaits you.
Folks who work at LandTrust have a passion for all things outdoors— most especially hunting. After all, LandTrust was created to help people #huntmore. So it’s not surprising when we polled the team for tips for a great Nebraska turkey hunt that we uncovered some great ones. Experienced to first time hunters.
Turkey season is in full swing and many tags have been drawn for big game hunting in the fall. More hunting means more need for space, which is why we are excited to share the addition of these ten new listings across Montana, Nebraska, Kansas and California that were published in the month of March. Many offer hunting for spring turkey season or fall big game, but they almost all present the opportunity to visit for farm and ranch activities as well as birdwatching this summer!
About the author: John Hansen is a Nebraska Landowner bringing his ideas and perspective to the forefront of our mission; to partner with landowners who value adaptive management and are seeking alternative sources of revenue. With an education in Animal and Range Sciences from Montana State University, several years managing small to medium sized ranches, and 26 years with Ted Turner managing some of the largest land holdings in the U.S., John brings a depth of knowledge and experience to LandTrust and its landowner partners. His strong background in agriculture and natural resource management provides a unique opportunity to share what he has learned through this extensive experience base with landowners to help them achieve a more profitable Land Business.
Starting a new project can often times feel intimidating, especially when your business is on the line. There are a lot of questions that must be answered prior to committing changes. Weighing the pros and cons takes time and consideration. The team at LandTrust wants to be as supportive as possible through this variable time. We are here to answer whatever questions landowners have and discuss any skepticism. The head of our Landowner Profitability Program, John Hansen, wrote about Balancing the Enterprise Mix and has some useful insight on financial analysis tools and methods when it comes to expanding your operation.
A few weeks ago we shared 24 new listings that went live in the month of January. February was just as prosperous with listings published across Montana, Nebraska, Kansas, Minnesota, South Dakota, Texas and California. Sportsmen are booking their Nebraska turkey hunts and planning ahead for fall elk hunting in Montana. Meanwhile, birdwatchers are eager to explore migration season in the midwest. Not to mention the family-friendly farm and ranch activities such as cattle brandings, farm tours, and other agritourism experiences. We are excited to share this growth with our LandTrust recreators and can't wait for them to explore these new listings!