Removed from the commercial market

Removed from the commercial market means:
(1) Produced and destroyed or fed to livestock;
(2) Produced and delivered to a handler who destroyed it or disposed of it as salvage (such as separating whole milk, destroying the fat, and drying the skim milk); or
(3) Produced and otherwise diverted to other than the commercial market.

Source

7 CFR § 760.1702


Scoping language

None
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