Yeah I'm aware of the wildlife exemption. The situation that most folks overlook is converting over to wildlife exemption, your not supposed to be using a sales tax exemption anymore for your property/farm. Dont get caught in an audit. Also it makes it a lot harder to write off equipment/expenses or have 5 year depreciations if ypur currently using schedule F for IRA taxes.Don't know how long you've had an ag exemption, but in most counties in Texas if you have an ag for at least 5 years you can change it to a wildlife exemption. Depending on county the requirements may be extremely simple of in my case Bandera County it gets a little more complicated. Another route is bees. In Bandera County 5-10 acres and you can qualify.