Chase Brothers Land & Ranch News

Investing in Wyoming Land

Investing in land has long been recognized as a pathway to financial security and wealth creation. Land investments provide tangible assets that can appreciate over time, diversify portfolios, and offer stability amidst market volatility. When considering land investments, Wyoming emerges as a particularly attractive destination.

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Big Move to Sheridan Wyoming

Take it from two people who made the move to Sheridan Wyoming and who truly believe they now reside in one of the most magnificent places in our great country. Everything about the Bighorn Mountain Foothills of Wyoming says “welcome home.”

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Ranching & Community Involvement

Community involvement and ranching hold a special place in the hearts of the founders of Chase Brothers LLC. Galen Chase is often seen at Wyoming Stock Growers Association (WSGA) events where he serves on the Auction Committe and represents Chase Brothers LLC at their WSGA trade show booth.

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The Red Poppy Meaning

The red poppy flower symbolizes the sacrifice of fallen troops since the First World War and continues to be a symbol of their sacrifice on Memorial Day. The poppies adopted this symbolism from the war poem “In Flanders Fields,” written by the Canadian physician, Lt. Col. John McCrae.

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Ranch Management

Chase Brothers agents have decades of real ranch management experience. In this article, agent Byron Geis discusses his ranch management techniques using sheep in a multi-species grazing environment to increase carrying capacity and diversify his ranching operation.

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Tax Friendly Wyoming

Wyoming consistently ranks as the #1 tax friendly state in the nation for both individuals and corporations. Land ownership in Wyoming can offer significant reductions in federal income taxes through the strategic use of conservation easements while protecting the valuable resources we all cherish.

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Sheridan Wyoming

A moderate climate shelters this land from the harsh winds and extreme temperatures familiar to much of Wyoming. Excellent grass and pure water drew both Indians and cattlemen to this country.

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