Background: My husband just finished 'rebuilding' a '65 GMC pickup. He was told at the DMV the plates would be cheaper if he had an AG exemption. Save money wherever we can. :)
The only animals we have right now are our chickens. I sell their eggs. Is that enough to get an exemption? Are there pros and cons to getting one? (We've thought about gettings cows, raising bees, and/or pigs.)
We live in Washington county, here you can only qualify for an ag exemption if you have 3 breeding females on your property. Poultry doesn't count. Sorry! You have to do it for 5 years before you can even apply for the exemption.
We thought about it also but decided that by the time we bought feed over the winter, vet bills and all that goes with cows/pigs/goats we would have spent as much as the exemption AND we are tied to home with animals.
Check with your agriculture extension department to find out what is required for your county. But keep records.