Title 7 of the United States Code


Title 7 of the United States Code

Title 7 of the United States Code outlines the role of agriculture in the United States Code.
*: Commodity Exchanges
*: Cotton Standards
*: Grain Standards
*: Naval Stores
*: Importation of Adulterated Seeds
*: Insecticides and Environmental Pesticide Control
*: National Laboratory Accreditation
*: Insect Pests Generally
*: Golden Nematode
*: Plant Pests
*: Nursery Stock and Other Plants and Plant Products
*: Rubber and Other Critical Agricultural Materials
*: Packers and Stockyards
*: Warehouses
*: Honeybees
*: Associations Of Agricultural Products Producers
*: Agricultural and Mechanical Colleges
*: Agricultural Experiment Stations
*: Bureau of Animal Industry
*: Bureau of Dairy Industry
*: Miscellaneous Matters
*: Cooperative Marketing
*: Cotton Statistics And Estimates
*: Dumping Or Destruction Of Interstate Produce
*: Perishable Agricultural Commodities
*: Tobacco Statistics
*: Tobacco Inspection
*: Tobacco Control
*: Agricultural Marketing
*: Foreign Agricultural Service
*: Perishable Agricultural Commodities
*: Export Standards for Apples
*: Export Standards for Grapes and Plums
*: Agricultural Adjustment
*: Agricultural Marketing Agreements
*: Cotton Marketing
*: Tobacco Industry
*: Potato Act of 1935
*: Anti-Hog-Cholera Serum and Hog-Cholera Virus
*: Rural Electrification and Telephone Service
*: Telemedicine and Distance Learning Services in Rural Areas
*: Peanut Statistics
*: Farm Tenancy
*: Sugar Production and Control
*: Agricultural Adjustment Act of 1938
*: Price Support of Agricultural Commodities
*: Crop Insurance
*: Seeds
*: Distribution and Marketing of Agricultural Products
*: Stabilization of International Wheat Market
*: Halogeton Glomeratus Control
*: Agricultural Trade Development And Assistance
*: Agricultural Commodity Set-Aside
*: Foreign Market Development
*: Wool Program
*: Soil Bank Program
*: Surplus Disposal of Agricultural Commodities
*: Interchange of Department Of Agriculture and State Employees
*: Humane Methods of Livestock Slaughter
*: Consultation on Agricultural Programs
*: Agricultural Credit
*: Food Stamp Program
*: Farm Labor Contractor Registration
*: Cotton Research and Promotion
*: Transportation, Sale, and Handling of Certain Animals
*: Department of Agriculture
*: Department of Agriculture Advisory Committees
*: Unfair Trade Practices Affecting Producers of Agricultural Products
*: Plant Variety Protection
*: Potato Research and Promotion
*: Rural Fire Protection, Development, and Small Farm Research and Education
*: Egg Research and Consumer Information
*: Noxious Weeds
*: Beef Research and Information
*: Farmer-To-Consumer Direct Marketing
*: Agricultural Research, Extension, and Teaching
*: Wheat and Wheat Foods Research and Nutrition Education
*: Agricultural Foreign Investment Disclosure
*: Implementation of International Sugar Agreement, 1977
*: Agricultural Subterminal Facilities
*: Swine Health Protection
*: Animal Cancer Research
*: Agricultural Trade Suspension Adjustment
*: National Agricultural Cost of Production Standards Review Board
*: Farmland Protection Policy
*: Floral Research and Consumer Information
*: International Carriage of Perishable Foodstuffs
*: Dairy Research and Promotion
*: Honey Research, Promotion, and Consumer Information
*: Agricultural Productivity Research
*: Pork Promotion, Research, And Consumer Information
*: Watermelon Research And Promotion
*: National Commission On Agriculture And Rural Development Policy
*: State Agricultural Loan Mediation Programs
*: Agricultural Competitiveness and Trade
*: National Nutrition Monitoring and Related Research
*: Administration of Environmental Programs
*: Water Quality Research, Education, and Coordination
*: Export Promotion
*: Research
*: Pecan Promotion And Research
*: Mushroom Promotion, Research, and Consumer Information
*: Lime Promotion, Research, and Consumer Information
*: Soybean Promotion, Research, and Consumer Information
*: Processor-Funded Milk Promotion Program
*: Organic Certification
*: Rural Revitalization Through Forestry
*: Global Climate Change
*: Fresh Cut Flowers and Fresh Cut Greens Promotion and Information
*: Department of Agriculture Reorganization
*: Sheep Promotion, Research, and Information
*: Agricultural Market Transition
*: Agricultural Promotion
*: Emergency Food Assistance
*: Agricultural Research, Extension, and Education Reform
*: Plant Protection
*: Hass Avocado Promotion, Research, and Information

External links

* [http://www.access.gpo.gov/uscode/title7/title7.html U.S. Code Title 7] , via United States Government Printing Office
* [http://www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/7 U.S. Code Title 7] , via Cornell University


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