The names apparently include a New Mexican. Here's the Land Report 100 - Largest Landlowners list.* This is not by weight.
A person with same name as one of them, Number 72, is presently requesting public funds through a LEDA grant from the Bernalillo County Commission to build another set of big boxes in an alfalfa field he owns at Coors and Rio Bravo Boulevards.
The zoning for the site was approved years ago when Teresa Cordova, stalwart protectress of valley values, was in office. As I recall, one of the arguments at the time was how the County needed its own retail development. That huge Walmart right next door was in the evil City. (Say it with a hissss.) So Wal-Mart didn't count except as a "changed community condition" that bolstered the argument for the conversion of more prime farmland into yet another speculative real estate venture. Sad but true.
* In spite of my much coveted position as primary steward of Whitelodge and Weed Ranch, I'm not on the list.