Agriculture & Natural Resources

Please feel free to contact the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension – Montgomery County office for questions and concerns related to programs listed.



A list of beekeepers who are registered with the Texas Apiary Inspection Service:

Bee Removal

Montgomery County Beekeeper’s Association:

Feral Hogs

AgriLife Feral Hog Page

Hemp Production


If you are having problems with your pond, call our office.  If you need to have a pond weed identified, please email pictures to our Agriculture agent, Brandon Gregson at

Pond Plant ID

Pond Management by Texas A&M University

Need advice on new pond construction?  Contact the NRCS (Natural Resources Conservation Service)

Soil Testing

Use this form for your pasture: Soil Testing Forms

Use this form for your lawn/garden:  Urban/Homeowner Soil Testing Forms


Taxpayers may qualify for agricultural productivity valuation on their land.  This link provides information on the requirements and steps to file for an agricultural appraisal:

Ag Use Valuation (Property Taxes)

Ag Use Valuation (Ag Exemption for your land) Information from the Montgomery Central Appraisal District:

Producers can claim exemptions from some Texas taxes when purchasing certain items used exclusively for agricultural and timber products for sale.  This link will provide more information:

Agricultural Tax Exemption (Purchases)

Miscellaneous / Other

Hay Hotline (Search for hay and related services)

TAMU Animal Science Workshops

Texas Department of Agriculture

Montgomery County Emergency / Disaster Contact Information

Handbook for Hunting, Grazing, and Livestock Leases

Agriculture Law information from AgriLife Extension Specialist, Tiffany Lashmet, including:

Landowner liability, fence law, estate planning and more:

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