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(a) A CMA may obtain MALs or LDPs on behalf of a member cooperative when the member cooperative is itself a CMA operating in accordance with this part. For example, a cooperative of producers may be a member of a CMA that markets a commodity.
(b) If the CMA is approved according to § 1425.6, and otherwise meets all the requirements of this part, the MALs and LDPs submitted by members of that CMA will be eligible.
This is a list of United States Code sections, Statutes at Large, Public Laws, and Presidential Documents, which provide rulemaking authority for this CFR Part.
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§ 1421 - Price support
§ 1441 - Price support levels
§ 7931 - Availability of nonrecourse marketing assistance loans for loan commodities
§ 7932 - Loan rates for nonrecourse marketing assistance loans
§ 7933 - Term of loans
§ 7934 - Repayment of loans
§ 7935 - Loan deficiency payments
§ 7936 - Payments in lieu of loan deficiency payments for grazed acreage
§ 7937 - Special marketing loan provisions for upland cotton
§ 7938 - Special competitive provisions for extra long staple cotton
§ 7939 - Availability of recourse loans for high moisture feed grains and seed cotton
§ 714b - General powers of Corporation
§ 714c - Specific powers of Corporation
§ 714j - Utilization of associations and trade facilities
Title 7 published on 11-Apr-2017 03:50
The following are ALL rules, proposed rules, and notices (chronologically) published in the Federal Register relating to 7 CFR Part 1425 after this date.
The Farm Service Agency (FSA) is revising regulations on behalf of the Commodity Credit Corporation (CCC) as required by the Agricultural Act of 2014 (2014 Farm Bill) to update the Marketing Assistance Loan (MAL) and Loan Deficiency Payments (LDP) Programs for wheat, feed grains, soybeans, oilseeds, peanuts, pulse crops, cotton, honey, wool and mohair. In general, the 2014 Farm Bill extends the existing programs with the minor changes that are implemented in this rule, including a revised formula for upland cotton loan rates. This rule also amends the regulations for the Economic Adjustment Assistance for Users of Upland Cotton Program, the Extra Long Staple (ELS) Cotton Competitiveness Payment Program, and the Sugar Program to reflect that the programs were extended by the 2014 Farm Bill. Most of the provisions in this rule have already been implemented, beginning with the 2014 crop year.