The ag land designation in Colorado has very large implications on your property tax bill. The difference between two designations, for instance "vacant land" vs "agricultural land" can end up costing the average tax payer in excess of thousands of dollars per acre. Del Ponte Landscape company knows how to make your land fundamentally harvestable and easily to convert to the agricultural designation. If you have more than 10 acres, within 3 hours of the Denver Metro area, and you need to get your land harvestable, contact us today.
There are multiple easy methods for changing your land's designation with county assessors in the State of Colorado. Basically, the land owner must be able to prove, by way of contract, payment receipt, or cancelled check, that they run a for profit agricultural operation. The land owner can enter a grazing lease with a local large animal owner.
Crops can be grown on your property and sold.
Produce, fruit, or the plants themselves can even be raised.
No Irrigation water, no problem:
Water is key to growth and subsitence of fauna. Usually, the thing that keeps a property owner from switching to Agricultural status is their lack of understand about water. Without water, many species of plants are not only able to survive, but thrive in the Colorado environment. Switching your land to a naturally occuring grain, grass, or flower often turns an unuseful tract of land into a profitable, harvestable, productive, and useful acreage. Once the acreage can be proven as useful, profitable, and sustainable, the agricultural designation is a matter of paperwork. With over 30 years of growing grass, grains and crops in the Colorado Semi-Arid regions, Del Ponte Landscape Company has the expertise necessary to do this job right the first time. Our farmers assess your property, soil composition, and drainage before suggesting species combinations that will thrive in your area. Once a plant, crop, or grass is chosen, Del Ponte Landscape Company brings in the equipment to quickly, efficiently, and effectively plant you land. Our methods are both environmentally concious and economically centered to protect your bottom line. Contact us today so we can show you how.
Del Ponte Landscaping Company, Native & Blue Grass Seeding 1725 West Yale Avenue, Englewood, Colorado, 80110