reference price

(19) Reference price The term “reference price”, with respect to a covered commodity for a crop year, means the following: (A) For wheat, $5.50 per bushel. (B) For corn, $3.70 per bushel. (C) For grain sorghum, $3.95 per bushel. (D) For barley, $4.95 per bushel. (E) For oats, $2.40 per bushel. (F) For long grain rice, $14.00 per hundredweight. (G) For medium grain rice, $14.00 per hundredweight. (H) For soybeans, $8.40 per bushel. (I) For other oilseeds, $20.15 per hundredweight. (J) For peanuts, $535.00 per ton. (K) For dry peas, $11.00 per hundredweight. (L) For lentils, $19.97 per hundredweight. (M) For small chickpeas, $19.04 per hundredweight. (N) For large chickpeas, $21.54 per hundredweight. (O) For seed cotton, $0.367 per pound.

Source

7 USC § 9011(19)


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