7 U.S. Code § 7102 - Definitions
The term “consumer information” means nutritional data and other information that will assist consumers and other persons in making evaluations and decisions regarding the purchase, preparation, or use of sheep products.
The term “degreased wool” means wool from which the bulk of impurities has been removed by processing.
The term “greasy wool” means wool that has not been washed or otherwise cleaned.
The term “industry information” means information and programs that will lead to increased efficiency in processing and the development of new markets, marketing strategies, increased marketing efficiency, and activities to enhance the image of sheep or sheep products on a national or international basis.
The term “person” means any individual, group of individuals, partnership, corporation, association, cooperative, or any other legal entity.
The term “producer” means any person, other than a feeder, who owns or acquires ownership of sheep.
The term “producer information” means activities designed to provide producers, feeders, and importers with information relating to production or marketing efficiencies or developments, program activities, or other information that would facilitate an increase in the consumption of sheep or sheep products.
The term “pulled wool” means wool that is pulled from the skin of a slaughtered sheep.
The term “sheep” means ovine animals of any age, including lambs.
The term “sheep products” means products produced, in whole or in part, from sheep, including wool and products containing wool fiber.
The term “United States” means the 50 States and the District of Columbia.
The term “wool products” means products produced, in whole or in part, from wool and products containing wool fiber.
 So in original. Probably should be “fibers.”
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