We are very pleased to present a number of truly unique and fine properties in Eastern Oregon and Idaho for your consideration. Our website was designed to provide you with a brief overview of those properties, together with an efficient opportunity to satisfy your initial interest.
Looking to sell? We'd love to market your property. Read more...
Ultimately, we would like you to contact us so we can provide additional detail and answer your questions. We are situated in a wonderful part of the Pacific Northwest with our main office in Baker City, Oregon. We believe this is not only a great place to live, but a great place to invest. Enjoy your viewing and give us a call; we look forward to hearing from you.
Union County, Oregon
Kootenai County, Idaho
Do you own a Property well suited to livestock production? If so, the Market is ideal for selling.
Last year (2014) saw record-high prices in the cattle markets, but 2015 promises to be even better. Even economists who are wary of "predicting" market activity expect 2015 to be another great cattle year.
Most economists' forecasts focus on cattle numbers, feed prices and beef supplies, all of which seem to be leaning toward more profits in cattle this year. That said, perhaps the biggest factor in 2015's likely success is consumer demand, which has been growing steadily and shows no signs of slowing.
As far as retail prices go, 2014 saw record highs in U.S. stores. The Beef Retail Price Composite (BRPC) reached $5.62 /lb. in October, which was a new record, according to USDA’s Economic Research Service. And the average retail price for ground beef topped off at $4.15 /lb. —also a new record. In fact, record-high prices for every class of cattle were seen in 2014, and prices for fed cattle are near the all-time high of $174 per cwt.
Historically short cattle supplies were the prime driver of the market's year-long strength, as America’s cow herd is the smallest it has been in 60 years. And not only were cattle supplies down, but beef produced from these also saw a decline from 2013. Economists and ranchers both feared that consumers would turn from beef as prices continued to rise, but consumer demand continues to increase.
Values of land suitable for cattle production are on the rise, driven by demand for more livestock and feed. If you own such land and are interested in taking advantage of these favorable market conditions, please call us today at 541-523-4434.
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We are licensed in Idaho, Oregon and Arizona. Idaho and Oregon are our primary focus; however we are now affiliated with a Brokerage in Nevada. Our Brokers are well versed in 1031 tax deferred exchanges; they have agricultural backgrounds and expertise. And most importantly, they get the job done.
If you’re not satisfied with your current marketing efforts and want to consider a change, give us a call. We’d appreciate the opportunity to work with you. If you find you need assistance in finding a particular place, give us a call; we represent Buyers as well as Sellers.
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