Agricultural production Sample Clauses

Agricultural production. Washington State exempts certain items related to agricultural production. To claim an exemption for chemical sprays or washes (for the post-harvest treatment of fruit), feed, seed, fertilizer, spray materials (pesticides), agents for enhanced pollination, agricultural employee housing, chicken farming, animal pharmaceuticals, livestock for breeding, dairy cows, aircraft fuel, etc. this form may be used without requiring any registration with the Washington Department of Revenue. However, to claim the exemption for replacement parts for qualifying farm machinery and equipment, the buyer must have an Exemption Certificate for Repair Parts and Services for Farm Machinery and Equipment issued by the Washington Department of Revenue and must enter the FRP number from that certificate on line (H) of Section (5). For more information, see WAC 000-00-000 and 210.
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Agricultural production. The production, processing, and marketing of agricultural crops and livestock is permitted provided it is conducted in a manner consistent with the terms of the Agricultural Land Easement Plan described in Section [#] Paragraph [#]. [Alternatively, for ALE grassland enrollments replace the preceding sentence with: The production, processing, and marketing of livestock and agricultural products compatible with restoration and conservation of grassland, grazing uses, and related conservation values is permitted provided it is conducted in a manner consistent with the terms of the Agricultural Land Easement Plan described in Section [#] Paragraph [#].]
Agricultural production. Washington State exempts certain sales related to agricultural production. For specific information about this exemption in Washington State, please see WAC 000-00-000.
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Agricultural production. The term "agricultural production" means the normal and customary practice of cultivating crops, including row crops and dry land farming, and ordinary crop rotation activities provided the underlying lands may not be left fallow for a period of more than three consecutive years, and provided further that “Agricultural Production" does not include vineyards, orchards, or the fallowing of lands following the grading of such lands.
Agricultural production. Farm Production Potlatch Corporation Alico Inc. Smurfit-Stone Container Corporation Alliance One International Wausau Paper Corporation Xxxxxxx River Labs International Inc. Universal Corporation Agricultural Chemicals Agrium Inc. Monsanto Company Potash Corporation of Saskatchewan Inc. Syngenta AG-ADR Terra Industries Inc. Terra Nitrogen Co.-LP Return on Capital Employed The second measure is based on the Company’s ROCE at the end of the performance period. The calculation will be based on the opening balance sheet in the third year, measured against the net operating profit after tax in the third year. Once the ROCE results are determined, 50% of the Performance Shares target to be awarded shall then be determined based on the following table. Percent of Target Performance ROCE Share Award Earned ³ % 200% % 150% % 100% % 75% % 50% < % 0 Once the number of Performance Shares to be awarded based on the Company’s performance measures results are known, then the Committee may decrease or eliminate entirely the number of Performance Shares to be awarded based on whether the Participant’s individual performance during the Performance Period was acceptable (an average rating of “meets expectation” or above).

Related to Agricultural production

  • Agricultural cooperation The aims of the cooperation on agriculture will be: (a) to promote sustainable rural development through the exchange of experience, generation of partnership and execution of projects in areas of mutual interest such as: agricultural innovation and technology transfer for the development of small farming, the conservation and management of the water resource for agricultural use, the application of good agricultural and agro industrial practices, including gender approach in development policies and strategies, among others; (b) to promote the exchange of relevant information for agricultural exports between the 2 markets; and (c) to develop a training program addressed to leader producers, technicians and professionals for the application of new technologies in order to increase and improve agriculture and animal husbandry productivity and competitiveness, in particular of value added products.

  • Agricultural Export Subsidies 1. The Parties share the objective of the multilateral elimination of export subsidies for agricultural goods and shall work together toward an agreement in the WTO to eliminate those subsidies and prevent their reintroduction in any form.

  • Agriculture 1. Closed to Foreign Investors « For each individual crop cultivation in an area less than or equal to 25 hectares: - Main food crops are corn, soy, peanuts, green beans, rice, cassava, sweet potato; other food crops are wheat, oats, barley, rye, millet, taro, and other food crops not classified elsewhere (ISIC 0111, 0112). « For each individual crop cultivation in an area less than 25 hectares: - Estate crops as follows: > Sugar cane and other sweetening plant cultivation, tobacco plantation, rubber and other producing latex plantations, cotton plantation, textile raw material crop plantation, Medicinal/pharmaceutical crop plantation, essential oil crop plantation, and other crop plantation that is not classified in other location (ISIC 0111, 0112) > Coconut plantation, palm plantation, beverage material crop plantation (tea, coffee, and cocoa), cashew plantation, peppercorn plantation, clove plantation, and other spices crop plantation (ISIC 0113) - Breeding and propagation of the following: > Jatropha curcas plantation, sugar cane and other sweetening plants, tobacco plant, rubber and other latex producing plants, textile raw material plant, medical/pharmaceutical plant, cotton plant, essential oil plant, and other plants that are not classified in other location (ISIC 0111, 0112) > Coconut plant, palm plant, plants for beverage material (tea, coffee, and cocoa), cashew plant, peppercorn plant, clove plantation, and other spices plant (ISIC 0113) - Breeding and Propagation of Forest plants (ISIC 0111, 0200) « Pig breeding and farming in a quantity less than or equal to 125 heads, native chicken ("ayam xxxxx") and its cross- breeding and farming (ISIC 0122) « Plantation processing product business industry below certain capacity according to Regulation of Minister of Agriculture Number 26 of 2007: - Dry Clove Flower Industry (ISIC 0140) « Capturing and Propagating Wildlife from natural Habitat except reptiles (snake, lizard, turtle, soft shell turtle and crocodile) (ISIC 0150)

  • Procurement of Goods and Services (a) If the HSP is subject to the procurement provisions of the BPSAA, the HSP will abide by all directives and guidelines issued by the Management Board of Cabinet that are applicable to the HSP pursuant to the BPSAA.

  • Sustainable Development 4.1 The Authority will review the Contractor’s Sustainable Development Policy Statement and Sustainable Development Plan submitted by the Contractor in accordance with the Schedule (Sustainable Development Requirements) and then at least annually thereafter.

  • Public Procurement 1. The Parties consider the liberalization of their respective public procurement markets as an objective of this Agreement.

  • Procurement Planning Prior to the issuance of any invitations to bid for contracts, the proposed procurement plan for the Project shall be furnished to the Association for its review and approval, in accordance with the provisions of paragraph 1 of Appendix 1 to the Guidelines. Procurement of all goods and works shall be undertaken in accordance with such procurement plan as shall have been approved by the Association, and with the provisions of said paragraph 1.


  • Department of Agriculture United States Department of Agriculture at 0-000-000-0000, 000-000-0000, or xxxx:// to determine those specific project sites located in the quarantined area or for any regulated article used on this project originating in a quarantined county. Regulated Articles Include

  • Green Economy/Carbon Footprint a) The Supplier/Service Provider has in its bid provided Transnet with an understanding of the Supplier’s/Service Provider’s position with regard to issues such as waste disposal, recycling and energy conservation.

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