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Proclamation of results

12-3
When conducted

12-3
Regulations, issuance by Secretary-

16-4
Reports and records

16-2
Availability of data on allotments and quotas.

16-3
Data confidential

16-3
Information required of ginners, buyers and others.

16-2
Review of farm quota and allotment, see also Review of farm marketing
quota and acreage allotment

15-1
Sales for export

34-2
Sales or lease of allotment

12-10
Sales to foreign governments

36–7
Set-aside

21-6
Standard grade--

28-2
State acreage allotments-
Apportionments to counties_

12-4
Minimum State allotment

12-4
Reserve for adjustments and new farms-

12-4
Study of cost of production

53–1
Target price

21-5
Transfer of allotment

12-10
Extra long staple:
Applicability of provisions of Act relating to acreage allotments and mar-
keting quotas for cotton

12-13
Export sales

34-2
National marketing quota-
Amount

12-13
Minimum national quota

12-14
When proclaimed

12-13
Price support

16–7
Rate of penalty -

12-12
Sales for export

34-2
Varieties --

17-7
Cottonseed, price support

28-12
Cottonseed support level

26-3
County agricultural extension agent

1-6
County committee, election of

1-6
County committee, secretary to

1-6
County convention, election of delegates to

1-6
Court:
Jurisdiction

1644, 46–4
Review-
Marketing quotas

15-2
Crop insurance. See also Federal Crop Insurance Corporation.
Advances to producers

1-13
Agricultural commodities defined

46-13
Amount of insurance coverage

46-6
Claims for losses

46–7
Corn

46-13
Cotton

46-13
Counties, number in which insurance to be offered

46–7
Criminal provisions applicable

46–14
Crops insured

46-6
Declaration of purpose

46-2
Failure to reseed to same crop or to follow good farming practices.

46–7
Flax -.

46-13
Indemnities free from levy

46-10
Ju liction of courts on claims_

46–8
Limitations on basis of risk involved

46–7
Neglect or malfeasance of producer

46–7
Premiums

46–7
Reinsurance for private companies

46-9
Risks insured against

46-6
Tobacco

46-6, 46-13

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Cropland:

Cropland conversion program
Government owned, payments to-

Leasing by government
Cropping systems, changes in, and uses, agreements
Dairy indemnity payments
Dairy products:

Availability to armed forces, Veterans Administration-
Congressional policy
Domestic disposal.
Purchase of
Price support
Study of:

Cost of production -
Data, latest available statistics to be used_
Death, incompetency, or disappearance, person entitled to payment
Debts, compromising, adjusting or canceling-

Applicable statutes and programs
Appropriation authorization
Conditions under which action authorized

Regulations, issuance by Secretary
Declaration of policy
Deficiency, loan collateral, liability for
Definitions:

Acreage -
Actual production
Additional peanuts
Adjusted base price
Affect interstate and foreign commerce-
Agricultural commodity
Allotment -
Basic agricultural commodity
Bushel
Carry-over
Community average yield
Cooperator
Corn
Crushing
Department
Domestic edible use
Extra long staple cotton
Farm acreage allotment
Farm domestic acreage allotment
Farm marketing quota
Farm yield
Federal agency
Feed grains
Food products
Friendly country
Governor
Interstate and foreign commerce-
Local government -
Major disaster
Market, marketed, marketing
Marketing year
National acreage allotment
National average yield -
National average yield goal
National marketing quota
Nonbasic agricultural commodity
Nonindustrial private forest lands
Normal production
Normal supply
Normal year's domestic consumption

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14-6
8-1

8-2
1-12, 46-13
16–7, 16-8

28-8

8-3
8-3, 8-8

9-11
28–7

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14-6

8-1
14-6
12-15

9-10
12-17
9-12
9-12
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22-1
17-6
36-7
42-1

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28-8
4-6

8-5
8-5, 28-9

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Normal year's exports

8-6
Normal yield

8-6
Parity, income

8-2
Parity index

8-1
Parity price

8-1
Peanuts

8-4
Person_

8–2
Preliminary farm yield

9-12
Projected county yield

8-8
Projected farm yield (cotton)

8-8
Projected farm yield (wheat)

8-8
Projected national, state, and county yields

8-8
Quota peanuts

14-6
Reserve supply level

8-9
Sanitary containers

41-4
Secretary

8-2
State-

8–2, 42-1
Storable commodities

28-1
Supply percentage

28-8
Tobacco

8-9
Total supply

28–8, 8-9
Transitional parity price

8-1
United States

8-2
Deposit of funds:
Crop insurance

46-10
Marketing penalties

9–7, 14-9
Photographic reproductions

18-2
Disappearance, death, or incompetency, person entitled to payment

18-2
Disaster payments

20–7, 21-4, 22–4, 24-4
Disaster relief:
Appropriations

42-10
Cooperation of federal agencies in rendering emergency assistance

42-2
Definitions

42–1
Federal grant-in-aid programs

42-2
Feed

42-7, 42-8, 42-10
Nondiscrimination in disaster assistance

42-5
References to repealed laws

42-6
Disaster reserve

42-9
Disposition of surplus agricultural commodities 19-5, 19–7, 29-11, 33–1, 34-1, 41-4
Diverted acreage:
Rice

13–2, 20-5
Tobacco

9-3
Use

1-17
Wheat:
Penalty--

11-14
Domestic acreage allotments, cotton

12-15
Domestic marketing certificate

17-2
Donation:
Dmestic, when commodity made available abroad

41-4
For disaster relief..

2-1, 42-6
For home economics courses

41-2
Generally

29-11
Of dairy products

41-1
Of flour and cornmeal

41-4
To areas under U.S. jurisdiction

41-4
To colleges

41-3
To penal institutions

41-3
To projects for the elderly -

41-5
Drying equipment loans -

19-5
Economic development, encouragement

35-1
Educational exchange, financing of international

36-6
Election of local and county communities

1-6
Eligibility to vote in committee elections -

1-6
Emergency area

42–7, 42-8
Emergency Feed Program

42-10

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Emergency Food Reserve, Int'l

25-6-25-10
Emergency livestock feed

28–5, 42–7, 42–8, 42-9, 42-10
Emergency relief Int'l

36-7
Emergency supply of agricultural products, presidential adjustment of maxi-
mum price

53-2
Eminent domain

16-6
Encouraging farmers to produce

53-1
Energy conservation and production

54-6–54-8
Enforcement-Agricultural Adjustment Act of 1938

16-4
Enrichment of cornmeal, grits and white flour

41-4
Environment—Rural Environmental Conservation Program

4-144-5
Equalization payments, cotton

12-15
Equitable relief:
Agricultural Adjustment Act of 1938. Sec. 379c(e)

17-4
Food and Agriculture Act of 1962. Sec. 326

47-2
Expansion of international trade

34-1-34-7; 35–1; 40-1
Export Administration Act of 1979

48-11-48-15
Export, sales for-
Cotton

34-2
Extra-long staple cotton

34-2
Export market acreage

12-2
Export markets, developments and expansion of

35-1
Export sales reporting -

34-7
Extension Service:
County agent

1-6
State director

1-6
Extra-long staple cotton: See Cotton.
Facts constituting bases for agricultural conservation program payment, sugar
or parity payment, loan, or price support.

1-14, 18-2
Fair prices for conservation materials and services

1-7
Family Farms

54-1
Famine or other urgent or extraordinary relief:
CCC commodities for

37-1
Furnishing agricultural commodities for

37-1
Farm domestic allotment

12-17
Farm marketing excess:
Cotton

12-12
Rice

13-9
Wheat

11-11
Farm marketing quotas. See Corn, Cotton, Peanuts, Rice, Tobacco, Wheat.
Farm storage facility loans:
Loans to growers of high moisture forage

19-5
Loans to growers of high moisture silage

19-5
Loans to growers of grain, soybeans and rice

19-5
Remodeling costs of existing storage facilities

19-5
Farmer-To-Consumer Direct Marketing Act of 1976

42-7
Federal Crop Insurance Act

46-1-46-15
Federal Crop Insurance Corporation:
Accounting by

46-11
Actions on claims

46-8
Advances by CCC for payment of premiums_

44-4
Advances to pay crop insurance

1-13
Advisory committee

46–11
Age requirement

46-13
Allotment of funds to bureaus, offices, and agencies

46-6
Annual reports

46-11
Appropriation, authorization for administrative costs

46-11
Audit of accounts by General Accounting Office

46-11
Board of Directors

46-3
Bylaws, adoption of_.

46-4
Capital stock

46-2
Claims for losses

46-8
Compensation, injured employees

46-5
Corporate seal

46-4
Court action, by and against

46-4

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Creation

46–2
Crimes and offenses

46-11
Crop insurance

46-6
Deposit of funds

46-10
Employees to furnish bonds_

46-5
Exemption from legal process

46–4
Exemption from taxation

46-11
Expenditures, authority to determine

46-4
Fiscal agent of Government_

46–11
Free use of mails

46–4
Funds, deposit and investment

46-10
General powers of Corporation

46–4
Incidental powers

46–4
Indemnities, payment of

46–5
Location, principal office

46-2
Management

46-3
Manager

46-3
Personnel

46-5
Posting of list of indemnities paid

46–5
Premium rates -

46–7
Premium reserves

46–7
Premium, collection or payment of_

46–8
Purpose of Act

46-2
Regulations

46–12
Research, surveys, and investigations.

46–4
Right to amend Act_

46-13
Separability-

46-13
Tax exemption

46-11
Utilization:
Cooperative associations

46-6
Local committees or associations

46-5
Federal Property and Administrative Services Act_

45
Feed for livestock

28–5, 42–7, 42–8, 42–9, 42–10
Feed grains:

Base
Disaster payments

22–4, 29-1
Farm program payment yield-

22-5
Individual farm program acreage

22-5
Low yield payments

22-4
National program acreage.

22-5
Normal crop acreage

30-2
Payment limitation

29-1, 30-1
Payments

22-2
Prevented planting payments

22-3
Price support

22-1
Program allocation factor

22-5
Producer storage program

25-3
Research programs, authorization for.

53-1
Set-aside

22-6
Study of cost of production

53-1
Target price

22-2, 30–2
Finality of determinations 1-14, 8–1, 9–7, 14-9, 18–2, 25–9, 28–10, 31-3, 48–2, 48–5
Financing exports of commodities -

34-4, 34-5, 36-1
Fines and forfeitures:
Agricultural Adjustment Act of 1938

16-1
Federal Crop Insurance Corporation_

46-14
Flour enrichment of

41-4
Food and Agriculture Act of 1977:
Sec. 101

30-1
Sec. 1001

30-2
Sec. 1002

30–3
Sec. 2001

54-8
Food and Agriculture Act of 1965:
Sec. 512

11-10
Sec. 703

9-8

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