Grazing Leases


Livestock and land go hand-in-hand. In fact, almost half of America’s two million farms and ranches run livestock, specifically about 100 million head of cattle. If you own or buy open land in Texas, our land consulting service can help you with the administration of your grazing lease. We will ensure that the grazing lease agreement for your property is structured to protect your investment, your land.

There are many factors that contribute to an individual property’s ability to produce livestock, so each of these must be considered prior to simply receiving payment and letting someone throw animals onto your property. Livestock can destroy the assets found on your property. Four-hoofed traffic compacts ground and causes erosion. Where their number exceeds available forage, overgrazing produces harmful effects that will remain on your property for years, decades or possibly forever.

Contact our land consulting services prior to agreeing to allow a “cowboy” to release his herd on to your land. We can give provide you with valuable information to help you make an informed decision and develop a grazing lease that will benefit you and your property. We can also administer the grazing lease from start to end.