Texas Ranchers Have Better Alternatives Than ‘Nuking’ Their Cedar Trees

It takes only 15 seconds to download your free report.

A free, 20-page, easy-to-read pamphlet provides Texas Ranchers with alternatives to clearcutting the cedar stands on their properties.

It is not difficult to manage your ranch and can be a very enjoyable activity especially when you get to see the land respond and flourish under your good stewardship.”

— Lem Lewis, The Ranch Broker

BLANCO, TEXAS, UNITED STATES, January 31, 2017 /EINPresswire.com/ — If you own a ranch in the Texas Hill Country or are considering purchasing one, you need to know about cedar management.

Cedar is a prolific species of trees that often exasperates ranchers, as it readily thrives and reproduces, blanketing pastureland and rangeland, and causing the native ecosystem to spin out of balance.

A new 20-page, easy-to-read pamphlet, “Cedar Management in the Texas Hill Country,” explains the problem and provides landowners with proven alternatives to clearcutting the cedar stands on their properties. On most ranches, it is unnecessary to remove all of the cedar and usually not the best choice to maintain the property’s environmental quality.

To receive a digital PDF version of “Cedar Management in the Texas Hill Country,” simply fill out the 15-second form at http://tinyurl.com/LemLewisForm, and you’ll instantly receive a link to read or download the free report.

“How you reduce or outright remove cedar involves a variety of choices, each offering benefits and possible risks,” says Lem Lewis, author of the pamphlet, which is part of the ‘Ask Lem’ series of written reports, e-books, and videos designed to answer common questions about buying, selling, and operating ranch properties.

Lem Lewis, well known as “The Ranch Broker,” is a fourth­-generation Texas rancher whose full­-service brokerage company serves both land buyers and sellers, concentrating on the Texas Hill Country, South Texas and West Texas. Lem also provides consulting services on the best ways to run your ranch property.

“It is not difficult to manage your ranch and can be a very enjoyable activity especially when you get to see the land respond and flourish under your good stewardship,” Lem says.

If you need more information on effective ranch management techniques or help connecting with the right experts, Lem invites Texas ranchers and potential buyers to contact him for a no-obligation consultation. He can be reached at 210-275-3551.

Be sure to read Lem’s weekly blog posts and listen to his popular podcast, RANCHCAST with LEM LEWIS. Both are available from his website www.TheRanchBroker.com.

To download the free “Cedar Management in the Texas Hill Country” special report, visit http://tinyurl.com/LemLewisForm.

The more you know about cedar and cedar management, the more likely you will make the correct choice of how to control cedar on your land.

Lem Lewis
The Ranch Broker
210-275-3551
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Source: EIN Presswire