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A Message To Our Clients During An Uncertain Time

To Our Valued Clients, The safety of you, our team, and our community is paramount during these uncertain times. Our goal is to develop and implement initiatives to keep our team and they community safe, while also being a trusted source of stability and information...

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The Mustang Dilemma

The American West in its sprawling grandeur is home to some of the world’s most diverse and abundant wildlife populations. For centuries, the region’s complex ecosystems balanced a delicate and constantly evolving equilibrium—a sine wave harmony that naturally managed...

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Art of the Cowgirl

From the earliest frontier days to modern agricultural movements, women have long made a profound impact on the American West. Yet, for generations their influence was largely glossed over as a supporting role to their male counterparts in literature, film and canvas....

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The Call of the Range

For generations the West has held a certain captivation over the hearts and minds of the public. From its depiction on the silver screen to the often gritty day-to-day operations, the ranching lifestyle seems to beckon adventurers to try their luck – and their...

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Experience Jackson Hole | Winter-Spring 2019/2020

Jackson Hole Real Estate Associates is pleased to present the latest issue of Experience Jackson Hole, the Catalog of Fine Properties and Lifestyles. Published twice yearly, Experience Jackson Hole showcases a hand-picked selection of exceptional properties from...

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Holidays on the Ranch

The holidays are a special time of year—a moment of reflection, gratitude and goodwill. Like nowhere else, the season is particularly meaningful on ranches and farms, where tradition and heritage come to life and the spirit of compassion often takes a tangible form.  ...

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The Long Arc of Cattle Ranching

Following negotiations of the Louisiana Purchase in 1803, American settlers began migrating westward. The acquisition from France, which President Jefferson would later say “stretched the Constitution until it cracked,” incorporated some 828,000 square miles of new...

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Hunting Season in the Mountain West

As the fall season descends over the Mountain West there is a certain mystique in the air. The dog days of summer slowly give way to crisp autumn mornings and nights, which bring with them a bounty of color. In this, nature’s final curtain call before winter, the...

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WSJ: Meet the Brokers Who Wrangle Luxury Ranch Sales

Meet The Brokers Who Wrangle Luxury Ranch Sales These brokers face grizzlies and avalanches to sell multi-million dollar Western properties By Candace Taylor   Live Jackson Hole’s Chopper Grassell and Richard Lewis, part of the dedicated team at Western Ranches, were...

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The Economy of Rodeo

Take a drive around any given small town in rural American on any given summer night, and there is a good chance of finding a throng of trucks and trailers, cowboys and cowgirls, livestock and rough stock, parked around the metal fences of a dirt arena. At once gritty...

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