Relationships have always been the currency, but today, it is the "new" currency. I believe in honesty, respect, and still a hand shake.
Rodney McConnell is one of 7 children, being right in the middle and just 1 of the 6 boys, his father showed his children the value of hard work. Being raised on a farm and ranch, Rodney knew the value of getting up early, from collecting eggs to setting dikes and irrigation tubes.
Rodney is a graduate of the University of Wyoming, majoring in Management and Finance. He started out trading commodities, primarily corn and wheat from farmers.
Rodney has a great love for all things outdoors. In the 1950's, his grandfather started raising cattle and delivering hay to ranches for their horses. To this day, Rodney's father still does all that, along with hosting their family's own annual bull sale of registered black angus and is also heavily involved with the Angus Association. Rodney now raises his own registered black angus.
“I always wanted to be involved in agriculture, this is the livelihood of America,” quoted Rodney. Rodney has always lived the lifestyle of the outdoors. He lives in the Tri-Cities area where there are over 90 different crops grown. For the last 10 years, Rodney and his wife have been busy raising 4 children to pass down the values that he grew up with. His favorite past time besides being a husband and dad are, fishing and hunting. He is an avid elk hunter. Rodney truly loves the lifestyle he sells.
- Listing StatusAvailable120+/- acres tillable Approximately $660,000 standing/ marketable timber, email/call for Timber Cruise Cattle carrying capacity is approximately 50+/- cow/calf pairs Year-round artesian natural springs Raised ranch home: three-bedroom, two bath, one-car garage, multiple outside buildings This property has been in the family since 1891! What — Read more
- Listing StatusSoldLand has been in the family since Land Patent days in the 1800's! Two contiguous parcels being offered together or independently. (Total of 414 acres; 314 acres or 100 acres.) There is a small creek parting the 100-acre parcel. There appears to be some encroachment — Read more
- Listing StatusSoldWHAT A BEAUTIFUL FIND!!! This 1915 home was rebuilt from the ground up! Only original parts are part of the foundation and the stud walls! This darling 'front-to-back' bungalow is like a brand new house! Modern industrial styling with low maintenance metal roof and siding, — Read more