Cash McWhorter was raised in Marshall, Texas, and developed an appreciation of fishing and hunting at an early age. While growing up in east Texas, in addition to his outdoor hobbies, Cash worked in the oil field gaining knowledge of land and natural resources during the summers.
After college and a two-year stint as a recruiter in Kansas City, Cash returned to Texas to work for Colliers International, the third largest global real estate firm. For ten years he worked in corporate real estate, representing numerous local businesses and fortune 500 companies, and completed more than $100 million in total transaction volume. In June 2010, Cash left Colliers International to start Ranch Capital Group, a fund formed to purchase recreational ranches as investments, all located within two hours of the Dallas/Fort Worth area. During that time, Cash was able to design and build multiple water features, enact several controlled burns of more than 700 acres, restore native grasses with land clearing and brush eradication practices, develop and enhance more than 260 acres of wetlands, work with NRCS on a number of projects, drill water wells and install irrigation piping to wetlands, establish wetland management programs, plant food plots, and construct new fences, roads, and homes.
His main passion is waterfowl and he has used the previous skills to develop multiple waterfowl properties. In December 2011, Cash joined Hortenstine Ranch Company as a business partner to Blake Hortenstine. Cash puts to use his skills of corporate real estate insight, ownership and management of previous properties to provide a level of impeccable service and vast land knowledge.