Code of Federal Regulations, Volume 7

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U.S. General Services Administration, National Archives and Records Service, Office of the Federal Register, 1967
Special edition of the Federal Register, containing a codification of documents of general applicability and future effect ... with ancillaries.
 

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Page 152 - That any producer for whom a base has been established pursuant to this section based on deliveries of 75 or more days during the preceding months of August through November may, in lieu thereof, by notifying the market administrator prior to March 1, be accorded a base computed pursuant to the immediately preceding proviso of this section. 1039.81 Base rules. The following rules shall apply in connection with the establishment of bases: (a) A base shall be held in the name of the producer and...
Page 338 - ... of producer milk and the deliveries of any dairy farmer during the preceding September through November to a nonpool plant that is a pool plant in any of the months of March through June shall be considered producer milk received at a pool plant: Provided further, That if no milk is received from a producer at a pool plant during the months of September through November or if milk is received on less than 60 days during such months, the base of such producer shall be his average daily deliveries...
Page 39 - I milk on routes (other than to pool plants) in the marketing area; (2) Deduct (except that deducted under a similar provision of another order issued pursuant to the Act) the respective amounts of skim milk and butterfat received as Class I milk at the partially regulated distributing plant from pool plants and other order plants ; (3) Combine the amounts of skim milk and butterfat remaining into one total and determine the weighted average butterfat content; and (4) From the value of such milk...
Page 223 - On or before the 25th day of each month each handler pursuant to 1045.11 (a), (b) and (c) shall report his producer or dairy farmer payroll for each plant for the preceding month which shall show: (a) The total pounds of milk received from each producer and the percentage of butterfat contained therein or the pounds of milk received from each dairy farmer producing Grade A milk and the percentage of butterfat contained therein; and (b) The date and net amount of payment to such producer or dairy...
Page 221 - Other source milk" means all skim milk and butterf at contained in or represented by : (a) Receipts during the month of fluid milk products, except receipts from other pool plants or producer milk; and (b) Products, other than fluid milk products, from any source (including those produced at the pool plant) which are reprocessed or converted to another product in the pool plant during the month. [27 FR 4055, Apr. 28, 1962. Renumbered at 27 FR 6868, July 20, 1962] 1045.16 Route. "Route...
Page 207 - Apr. 28, 1962] 1044.21 Powers. The market administrator shall have the following powers with respect to this part: (a) To administer its terms and provisions ; (b) To receive, investigate and report to the Secretary complaints of violations; (c) To make rules and regulations to effectuate its terms and provisions; and (d) To recommend amendments to the Secretary.
Page 141 - Base milk" means producer milk during each month of March through June which is not in excess of such producer's base multiplied by the number of days of production that such milk was received at pool plants in such month: Provided, That base milk shall not include milk received from a farm from which milk is delivered in the same month to a plant at which it is subject to the classification and pricing provisions of another order issued pursuant to the Act: And provided further, That from the effective...
Page 116 - Mar. 2, 1962] 1036.51 Class I milk prices. The respective minimum prices per hundredweight to be paid by each handler, fob his plant for milk received from producers or from a cooperative association, during the month which is classified as Class I milk, shall be as follows, as computed by the market administrator: (a) Add to the basic formula price for the preceding month the following amount for the period indicated: Delivery period: Amount April through July $1.35 All others 1.80 and add or...
Page 321 - ... services shall be performed in whole or in part by the market administrator or by an agent engaged by and responsible to him. (b) Producers cooperative association. In the case of producers for whom a cooperative association is actually performing, as determined by the Secretary, the services set forth in paragraph (a) of this section each handler, in lieu of the deduction specified in paragraph (a) of this section, shall make such marketing service deductions as are authorized by producer-members,...
Page 98 - ... 1035.44 Responsibility of handlers. In establishing the classification of skim milk and butterfat as required in 1035.41 and 1035.43, the burden rests upon the handler who first receives such skim milk or butterfat to prove to the market administrator that such skim milk or butterfat should not be classified as Class I milk. 1035.45 Computation of skim milk and butterfat in each class. For each month the market administrator shall correct for mathematical and for other obvious errors...

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