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Question on exemptions #8304357 06/25/21 03:03 PM
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Can you have more than one on 90 acres? We cut hay on our 40, but an additional 50 has become available and would be almost impossible to hay. Could we have a cattle exemption if combined properties? The additional property already has an exemption to run cattle but the property for sale is 100 acres but only interested in 50. Thanks

Re: Question on exemptions [Re: huntindude] #8304418 06/25/21 04:10 PM
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I would consult your CAD. Not sure about your location but mine in Young County has always been helpful in answering questions and at the end of the day-its their call.

Re: Question on exemptions [Re: huntindude] #8305176 06/26/21 01:24 PM
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I have done exactly that before. Cattle on part and hay on part. But it was just one AG exemption on the property.


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Originally Posted by Mr. T.
I have done exactly that before. Cattle on part and hay on part. But it was just one AG exemption on the property.


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Re: Question on exemptions [Re: huntindude] #8305716 06/27/21 01:40 AM
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I’m pretty sure if you buy 50 out of the 100 they will be surveyed and broken into two separate tracts which will need separate filings with the appraisal district. Doesn’t matter if it adjoins your property. My house is on seven acres and I bought 15 acres and 5 acres that adjoin it. All three are separate listings with the appraisal district. My ranch is 330 acres that at one time was two 165s. I have the wildlife exemption on it and have to file two separate things with the appraisal district.

Re: Question on exemptions [Re: huntindude] #8307600 06/29/21 11:12 AM
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With a lot of $ involved, I would go ask the County tax office. These people have been known to interpret the law as they see fit.


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Re: Question on exemptions [Re: huntindude] #8308839 06/30/21 03:21 PM
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Each county is different, but you should be able to qualify for an ag exemption with a cattle lease. If its not possible to hay or graze, plant some bottomland trees on it and get a timber exemption for that portion.


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