Livestock Supporting a Family to be Tax Exempt

OKLAHOMA CITY – The governor this week signed into a law a bill that exempts from personal property taxes livestock used to support a family, beginning in January 2023. House Bill 1682, by Rep. Dustin Roberts, R-Durant, exempts from ad valorem taxes horses, cattle, mules, asses, sheep, swine, goats, poultry, and any other livestock. Also included are animals owned by a general or limited partnership, a corporation, a limited liability company, an estate, a trust, or other lawfully recognized entity, as well as those owned wholly or in part by a resident or corporation of a state other than Oklahoma.…

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