Hunt County constables took custody of more than 100 animals.
The SPCA of Texas received an animal cruelty complaint earlier this month and discovered chickens, rabbits, dogs, cats and pigs without adequate food, water or shelter on a property.
Two animals were dead.
SPCA workers returned to the property several days later to find conditions even worse. The owner was selling the animals at a flea market.
The SPCA took in 50 fowl of various species, 20 dogs and puppies, 20 cats and kittens, eight pigs, four goats and an unknown number of piglets, read a statement released by the SPCA.
Authorities will determine the date for a custody hearing later today.