15 episodes

RANCHCAST with Lem Lewis - Whether you live on a ranch,
invest in rural real estate, or are simply a fan of the ranching
lifestyle, let this program serve as your guide to insights and practical
advice! Pour yourself a glass of whiskey and join me for a conversation with America's ranchers, landowners, investors and those who love the rural lifestyle!

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RANCHCAST with Lem Lewis - Whether you live on a ranch,
invest in rural real estate, or are simply a fan of the ranching
lifestyle, let this program serve as your guide to insights and practical
advice! Pour yourself a glass of whiskey and join me for a conversation with America's ranchers, landowners, investors and those who love the rural lifestyle!

    Episode 15: Fighting Fire With Fire

    Episode 15: Fighting Fire With Fire

    Wildfires in Texas have had devastating effects on landowners, communities, and ecosystems. Since 2005, 11 Million acres have burned across the state. The largest and fastest moving of wildfires typically occur across the Panhandle and the western half of Texas. My guests on this episode of Ranchcast are the men in combat with those fires. Jim Cooper & Steven Moore from the Texas A&M Forest Service share their knowledge on fighting wildfires.

    • 47 min
    Episode 14: Cowboys Like You've Never Seen Before

    Episode 14: Cowboys Like You've Never Seen Before

    My guest on this episode of Ranchcast is none other than Bud Force, co-director and cinematographer of this feature length film.   Bud along with his co-director John Langmore, spent two years filming on 8 of the largest ranches in the country.  The result is story is steeped in authenticity that explores the rewards and hardships of a celebrated but misunderstood way of life.

    • 27 min
    Episode 13: Onions, Innovation and Chewing Gum

    Episode 13: Onions, Innovation and Chewing Gum

    This episode of RANCHCAST with LEM LEWIS, I interview third generation general manager, Shay Myers, where we discuss the innovative practices implemented by family run Froerer Farms and its Owhyee brand of onions. A third generation produce business based in Nyssa, Oregon, Froerer Farms actively involves several generations from eight different core families related by blood or marriage. Froerer Farms is a model of a well-run, vertically integrated, produce grower and packer.

    • 36 min
    Episode 12: Free Legal Information For Land Owners

    Episode 12: Free Legal Information For Land Owners

    On this edition of RANCHCAST with LEM LEWIS, Tiffany and I discuss leases, water law, fencing law issues, the Texas Agritourism Act and how to find the right attorney for the issue you are facing.
    As you will hear, her experience and expertise far outweigh the amount of time that we had for just this interview.
    If you’re thinking about selling your agricultural property, I would be honored to discuss how my colleagues and I may become your trusted ranch broker.

    • 35 min
    Episode 11: Author Chris Nolt Knows How to Sell Your Farm or Ranch Without Paying a Fortune in Taxes

    Episode 11: Author Chris Nolt Knows How to Sell Your Farm or Ranch Without Paying a Fortune in Taxes

    After living and working in Spain, where he noticed the climate and trees were similar to parts of Texas, Jim Henry wondered why no one in his native Texas was growing olives commercially. He thought Texas could be host to a thriving olive oil business and he set out to prove it. It took Jim decades to prove his concept a success, and along the way, he encountered more than his share of obstacles.

    • 38 min
    Episode 10: Forget Westworld and Most Hollywood Cowboy Fables: This is the True Story of the Old West

    Episode 10: Forget Westworld and Most Hollywood Cowboy Fables: This is the True Story of the Old West

    Today’s American Economy Can Trace Its Roots to
    ​Yesteryear’s Cattle Barons
    The real Old West – not the Hollywood version – was quite different than the one most of us have been taught.

    Even us ranchers and rural producers will be surprised by the intimate view and almost tactical sense of what it was really like in the 19th Century to be a cowboy that can be found in the book, Cattle Kingdom: The Hidden History of the Cowboy West.

    • 33 min

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