SUBCHAPTER I—DIRECT PAYMENTS AND COUNTER-CYCLICAL PAYMENTS
Establishment of base acres and payment acres for a farm.
Establishment of payment yield.
Availability of direct payments.
Availability of counter-cyclical payments.
Producer agreement required as condition of provision of direct payments and counter-cyclical payments.
Relation to remaining payment authority under production flexibility contracts.
Period of effectiveness.
SUBCHAPTER II—MARKETING ASSISTANCE LOANS AND LOAN DEFICIENCY PAYMENTS
Availability of nonrecourse marketing assistance loans for loan commodities.
Loan rates for nonrecourse marketing assistance loans.
Term of loans.
Repayment of loans.
Loan deficiency payments.
Payments in lieu of loan deficiency payments for grazed acreage.
Special marketing loan provisions for upland cotton.
Special competitive provisions for extra long staple cotton.
Availability of recourse loans for high moisture feed grains and seed cotton.
Establishment of payment yield and base acres for peanuts for a farm.
Availability of direct payments for peanuts.
Availability of counter-cyclical payments for peanuts.
Producer agreement required as condition on provision of direct payments and counter-cyclical payments.
Marketing assistance loans and loan deficiency payments for peanuts.
Termination of marketing quota programs for peanuts and compensation to peanut quota holders for loss of quota asset value.
Repeal of superseded price support authority and effect of repeal.
Storage facility loans.
Milk price support program.
National dairy market loss payments.
Study of national dairy policy.
Studies of effects of changes in approach to national dairy policy and fluid milk identity standards.
Suspension of permanent price support authority.
Assignment of payments.
Equitable relief from ineligibility for loans, payments, or other benefits.
Tracking of benefits.
Estimates of net farm income.
Availability of incentive payments for certain producers.
Producer retention of erroneously paid loan deficiency payments and marketing loan gains.
Implementation funding and information management.