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acreage acres activities Actual additional administrative agencies agricultural allotment amount appropriation approved areas ASCS assistance associated authorized average BAGLEY basis budget carried CFTC Chairman changes Commission committee commodity completed Conservation continue contract cooperation costs cotton crop decrease Department designated determine direct economic effective emergency enforcement established estimated Evans Exchange export farm farmers Federal field fiscal year 1978 flood follows foreign funds futures Government grain important improve increase industry inspection interest land limits loans major measures Michigan million needed Obligations operations options payments percent perform personnel planning plant positions practices prevention problems production projects proposed received record reduce regulations reporting request responsibility result rules Service soil staff standards supply surveys technical trading United Washington watershed weighing WHITTEN
Side 452 - Loans and loan services to finance the local share of the costs of installing planned works of Improvement. Repayment with interest is required within 50 years after the principal benefits of improvements first become available. Loans are financed from the Agricultural Credit Insurance Fund of the Farmers Home Administration.
Side 387 - ... and their needs for full use and conservation. Each soil survey includes field mapping and necessary correlation, interpretation, investigations, and laboratory work. These surveys are conducted cooperatively with other federal agencies, land grant colleges, other state agencies, and local organizations. The published soil survey for a county or designated area includes maps with explanatory information useful in many federal, state, county and local community programs. Special reports are prepared...
Side 671 - The Corporation acquires stocks of various farm products as a result of its support activities. Such acquisitions result from purchases from producers and processors as noted earlier, and collateral acquisitions arising from loan operations.
Side 295 - The Secretary of Agriculture is hereby authorized in his discretion to undertake such emergency measures for runoff retardation and soil-erosion prevention as may be needed to safeguard lives and property from floods and the products of erosion on any watershed...
Side 478 - These loans are repayable In not more than 50 years at an Interest rate based on the average rate paid by the US Treasury on obligations of similar maturity. For any single plan for works of Improvement, the amount of the loan may not exceed $10 Billion. Resource Conservation and Development Loans.
Side 478 - Most applications have included requests for funds to purchase land easements or rights-of-way and pay legal fees and organization costs. The larger loan requests have also included funds to pay the local organizations...
Side 450 - USC 1001-1008) provides for cooperation between the federal government and the states and their political subdivisions in a program to prevent erosion, floodwater, and sediment damages in the watersheds of rivers and streams and to further the conservation, development, utilization and disposal of water.
Side 885 - Department initiated a research grant program abroad utilizing foreign currencies from the sale of surplus agricultural commodities under Title I of Public Law 480. Originally confined to market development research authorized by section...
Side 580 - Agriculture is authorized to make indemnity payments, at a fair market value, to dairy farmers who have been directed since January 1, 1964, to remove their milk from commercial markets because it contained residues of chemicals registered and approved for use by the Federal Government at, the time of such use.