Code of Federal Regulations: Containing a Codification of Documents of General Applicability and Future Effect as of December 31, 1948, with Ancillaries and Index

Division of the Federal Register, the National Archives, 1972
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Seite 331 - market' and its derivatives so that as related to wheat in addition to its conventional meaning it also means to dispose of 'by feeding (in any form) to poultry or livestock which, or the products of which, are sold, bartered, or exchanged, or to be so disposed of.
Seite 112 - Secretary determines that the total supply of feed grains will, in the absence of an acreage diversion program, likely be excessive, taking into account the need for an adequate carryover to maintain reasonable and stable supplies and prices of feed grains and to meet any national emergency...
Seite 238 - For the purpose of ascertaining the correctness of any report made or record kept, or of obtaining information required to be furnished in any report, but not so furnished, the...
Seite 426 - State), abnormal conditions affecting acreage, land, labor, and equipment available for the production of rice, crop-rotation practices, and the soil and other physical factors affecting the production of rice.
Seite 316 - ... before reapportionment, where applicable) exceeds the actual acreage determined for each allotment crop on the farm, no excess wheat may be removed from storage. A producer shall not be entitled to remove excess wheat from storage under this paragraph by underplanting the allotment on Governmentowned land under a lease restricting the production of wheat. (d) Underproduction. Whenever the actual production of the wheat acreage is less than the normal production of the farm acreage allotment and...
Seite 316 - Secretary may make such adjustments in acreage and yields as he determines necessary to correct for abnormal factors affecting production, and to give due consideration to tillable acreage, croprotation practices, types of soil, soil and water conservation measures, and topography.
Seite 162 - ... on the basis of the past acreage of tobacco, making due allowance for drought, flood, hail, other abnormal weather conditions, plant bed, and other diseases; land, labor and equipment available for the production of tobacco, crop rotation practices; and the soil and other physical factors affecting the production of tobacco.
Seite 25 - Purposes for which a payment may be assigned. (a) A payment which may be made to a producer under any program to which this part is applicable may be assigned only as security for cash or advances to finance making a crop, handling or marketing an agricultural commodity, or performing a conservation practice, for the current crop year. No assignment may be made to secure or pay any preexisting indebtedness of any nature whatsoever. (b) To finance making a crop means (1) to finance the planting, cultivating,...

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