Today I returned to St. Mary’s University to speak to seniors in the Greehey School of Business. The visit, as it was last year, is a chance for two-way communication between a decidedly seasoned businessman and the best and brightest new marketing consultants soon to be released into the real world. Primary topic was my […]Learn More »
While it may be hard to get into the holiday spirit when it’s 70 degrees outside, I wanted to wish everyone a great holiday season. And, if you have plans to buy or sell a ranch in 2020, give me a call and we can get started. One man, one office, 35 years of experience […]Learn More »
Long, long ago, in a place far, far away called California, I had the honor of commanding some fine young Marines in the First Platoon, Bravo Co., First Tank Battalion, First Marine Division at Camp Pendleton. Like me, some passed thru the Marine Corps briefly, others made it a lifetime vocation. Life as a Marine […]Learn More »
What impact will the recent rain have on South Texas? Coming in early Fall, after a very dry Summer, the moisture will still be effective due to the continued warmer temperatures. Had it come much later, cooler temps would have negated much of the impact short term. Moisture is always welcome, but, like fixing a […]Learn More »
I had an opportunity to visit with an old Aggie friend near Devine the other day. He wanted to know what the family place was worth in today’s market. As a Broker, I cannot give an “opinion of value” as we did in the old days, but can still offer my opinion of what it […]Learn More »
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Section III. Timing Your Purchase and Improvements Does it make any difference when you buy your ranch, when you high fence a ranch, when you dig a new stocktank? In this section, I provide some suggestions as to when to implement your plans, either for buying or developing your new ranch. Ch. 3-1: When to […]Read Article »
Over the course of 35 years in the wildlife consulting business, I have seen management emphasis change from cow-calf operations with deer leasing as an adjunct to pure deer programs with no cows and the agricultural exemption from ad valorem taxes granted for wildlife management alone. Whitetail deer are big business in Texas, all over […]Read Article »
Quailpro specializes in representing either Buyers or Sellers in ranch acquisition throughout Central and South Texas. As a Certified Wildlife Biologist, I have assisted landowners across Texas with wildlife management plans and implementation, both short term projects and on a continual basis.
With years of expertise in all facets of ranch development and management, Quailpro will find your dream ranch, or ensure a smooth sale, and provide solid development plans. Whether it is a hunting ranch or working ranch, we offer a full range of wildlife consulting/management services after the deal is done.