In Colorado, the agricultural property tax exemption promotes landowners all over the state to keep from developing their lands. This tax exemption promotes land owners, especially those in expensive geographic regions, to maintain their land in an undeveloped, harvestable, and productive agricultural manner. Del Ponte Landscaping not only knows how to help you switch the status of your land to agricultural, but we can also increase do other things. Del Ponte has helped urban farmers increase yields, decrease water consumption, convert to dryland farming operations, and even turn xeriscaped fields into harvestable agriculture.
Could you use another $5,000 to $40,000 dollars a year in your pocket?
By switching your unused dry land to agriculture, you can save thousands on Colorado Property Taxes.
By contributing to the global food supply you can help feed the hungry.
By growing something, you help to clean the planet's air supply.
Del Ponte Landscape feels that much food, feed, and grain is produced and used locally when we dedicate our unused lands to productive agriculture. We encourage you to plant the most productive, least water consuming, heartiest, and naturally occuring grains, grasses, hays, and grains. When Del Ponte Landscape selects specific, hearty, natural, grain producing plants across your land you no longer need to water, fertilize, or quaff your fields. The reduction in time and effort is not equally matched by a drop in yield. You work less hard, and make more money for your efforts. Helping the environment along the way becomes the smart thing to do.
For third party documentation regarding the possible tax savings to you, we would like to quote The Denver Post, and its own calculations, and property-tax savings for land classified as agricultural in Cherry Hills Village.Full Article
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