7 U.S. Code § 229b - Right to discuss terms of contract
In this section:
The term “producer” means any person engaged in the raising and caring for livestock or poultry for slaughter.
(b) No prohibition of discussion
Notwithstanding a provision in any contract between a producer and a processor for the production of livestock or poultry, or in any marketing agreement between a producer and a processor for the sale of livestock or poultry for a term of 1 year or more, that provides that information contained in the contract is confidential, a party to the contract shall not be prohibited from discussing any terms or details of the contract with—
(c) Effect on State laws
Subsection (b) of this section does not—
(1) preempt any State law that addresses confidentiality provisions in contracts for the sale or production of livestock or poultry, except any provision of State law that makes lawful a contract provision that prohibits a party from, or limits a party in, engaging in discussion that subsection (b) of this section requires to be permitted; or