For Love of the Land #20: Budget Breakdown For Owning Recreational Land

For Love of the Land #20: Budget Breakdown For Owning Recreational Land

During this podcast, we discuss the necessities for owning and managing recreational land. This type of property management requires a unique set of tools to get the job done. Often times you can overspend or underestimate what it takes to properly manage the acres adequately. In this podcast, we walk you through what you need and what you don't need to come in under $25,000.

With our preferred management styles, it is feasible to accomplish all of the big-ticket items with budgeting $25,000 at the start of any land acquisition. Included in our tool/farm equipment list for a property 200 acres and under would be a UTV, seeder, drip torch, chainsaw, sprayer, disc, back-pack blower, food plot budget, cultipacker, accessories, herbicide, trail cameras, and treestands/accessories. With this list of equipment, no reasonable task that falls within a land managers duties is out of the question. Most big ticket or cost-effective techniques can be used to manage land with these tools. Huge improvements to the land can be made and time well spent in the outdoors.

If you find yourself looking to spend money on new equipment or are wondering if a purchase is worth it, this podcast will help you decide to buy, sell, or rent your farm equipment!

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