SUBCHAPTER I—GENERAL PROVISIONS
Financial impact study.
Costs of production.
Increase of price support levels.
Adjustments of support prices.
Utilization of services and facilities of Commodity Credit Corporation.
Producer rights and liabilities.
Producers of honey; loan obligations and liabilities.
Commodity Credit Corporation sales price restrictions.
Quality requirements for Commodity Credit Corporation owned grain.
Reserve inventories for alleviation of distress of natural disaster.
Determinations of Secretary as final and conclusive.
Disposition of commodities to prevent waste.
Cotton donations to educational institutions.
Distribution of surplus commodities to other United States areas.
Enrichment and packaging of cornmeal, grits, rice, and white flour available for distribution.
Donations for school feeding programs abroad; student financing; priorities.
Distribution of surplus commodities to special nutrition projects; reprocessing agreements with private companies.
Assistance to foreign countries to mitigate effects of HIV and AIDS.
Extension of price support on long staple cotton seeds and products.
Forgiveness of violations; determinations.
Processing of surplus agricultural commodities into liquid fuels and agricultural commodity byproducts.
Advance recourse commodity loans.
Advance recourse loans.
1433d to 1433f.
Omitted or Repealed.
Encouragement of production of crops of which United States is a net importer and for which price support programs are not in effect; authority to plant on set-aside acreage with no reduction in payment rate.
Production of commodities for conversion into alcohol or hydrocarbons for use as motor fuels or other fuels; terms and conditions; determinations; payments, etc., for program.
SUBCHAPTER II—BASIC AGRICULTURAL COMMODITIES
Price support levels.
Marketing certificates for rice.
Cost of production study and establishment of current national weighted average cost of production.
Price support and acreage requirements for corn and other feed grains.
Cotton price support levels.
Omitted or Repealed.
Corn and feed grains and cotton programs.
Feed grains; price support program.
1444c to 1444e.
Repealed or Omitted.
Loans and purchases for 1986 through 1996 crops of corn.
1444f to 1445–2. Repealed.
Purchase of inventory stock.
Wheat price support levels; “cooperator” defined.
1445b to 1445c–3. Repealed, Transferred, or Omitted.
Special wheat acreage grazing and hay program for 1978 through 1990 crop years.
Farmer owned reserve program.
International Emergency Food Reserve.
Production of commodities for conversion into industrial hydrocarbons; terms and conditions; incentive payments; regulations; appropriations; effective date.
Multiyear set-aside contracts for 1986 through 1990 crops of wheat, feed grains, upland cotton, and rice.
Deficiency and land diversion payments.
Payments in commodities.
SUBCHAPTER III—NONBASIC AGRICULTURAL COMMODITIES
Price support levels for designated nonbasic agricultural commodities.
Dairy products; availability through Commodity Credit Corporation.
Use of Commodity Credit Corporation funds for purchases of dairy products requirements for school and other programs.
Policy with regard to dairy products.
Domestic disposal programs for dairy products.
Reduction of dairy product inventories.
Domestic casein industry.
1446d to 1446i.
Omitted or Repealed.
Price support levels for other nonbasic agricultural commodities.
Price support levels for storable nonbasic agricultural commodities.
Determination of price support level.
SUBCHAPTER IV—ACREAGE BASE AND YIELD SYSTEM
1461 to 1469.
SUBCHAPTER V—EMERGENCY LIVESTOCK FEED ASSISTANCE ACT OF 1988
Emergency livestock assistance.
Determination of need for assistance.
Use of Commodity Credit Corporation.
Assistance for livestock producers.
The table below lists the classification updates, since Jan. 3, 2012, for the contained sections. If there are multiple sections, they are presented in section number order (original document order).
The most recent Classification Table update that we have noticed was Tuesday, August 13, 2013
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