Texas ag valuations are granted by appraisal districts for livestock, crop production, beekeeping and other agricultural activities which allow land to be taxed on its production value instead of market value. Wildlife valuation, which is a type of ag valuation, allows landowners to receive the SAME tax advantages. Instead of livestock or crops, the landowner performs wildlife management activities, such as brush management, providing supplemental water, food, or shelter, or census activities that are focused on enhancing Texas flora and fauna on the property.
Learn more from the professionals at Plateau Land & Wildlife, the state’s leading organization in wildlife management. Contact us today to receive our introduction to wildlife management booklets for your office or clients. Additionally, Plateau is TREC certified and can present this 1-hour CE course to your group or in an area near you:
Selling Rural Land With A Wildlife Management Tax Valuation
Plateau Land & Wildlife Management #9803