How does the assessor determine whether the primary use of the land is agricultural?

The determination is based on the evidence provided. No exemption will be granted if there is evidence that the land is being held for speculative land subdivision and sale; for commercial use of a non-agricultural nature; recreational use; if the land is being leased and whether or not the lessee is using it for agricultural purposes; Or any other nonagricultural use.

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3. What are the requirements to qualify for a grazing classification?
4. What does “agricultural products” mean?
5. Does the assessor’s office have the right to request income and expense information from a taxpayer who is applying for agricultural valuation?
6. How does the assessor determine whether the primary use of the land is agricultural?