To qualify for Agricultural classification, your land must have been in active production for seven of the last ten years and be:
- Field crop land of at least twenty (20) acres
- Permanent crop land of at least ten (10) acres. This may include perennial plants and trees producing citrus, fruit, pecans, etc.
- High density land such as nurseries, feed lots, dairies, poultry, swine and fish production (no minimum acreage)
- Grazing land with a minimum carrying capacity of forty (40) animal units. "Carrying capacity" is the number of animal units supported by a section of land (640 acres) for one year. "Animal unit" means one six month old beef, one cow with calf, one bull, one and one-quarter horses or five sheep or goats
- Land used in the processing of cotton
- Land used in processing wine grapes