Agricultural commodity definition

Agricultural commodity means all agricultural, aquacultural, silvicultural, horticultural, floricultural, or viticultural products, livestock or livestock products, Christmas trees, bees, maple syrup, honey, commercial fish or fish products, and seeds produced in this state, either in their natural state or as processed by the producer of the commodity. The kinds, types, and subtypes of products to be classed together as an agricultural commodity for the purposes of this act shall be determined on the basis of common usage and practice.
Agricultural commodity has the same meaning as the term “agricultural commodity” in section 518 of the Act (7 U.S.C. § 1518), excluding livestock.
Agricultural commodity means any plant or part of a plant, or animal, or animal product, produced by a person (including farmers, ranchers, vineyardists, plant propagators, Christmas tree growers, aquaculturists, floriculturists, orchardists, foresters, or other comparable persons) primarily for sale, consumption, propagation, or other use by people or animals.

Examples of Agricultural commodity in a sentence

  • Classified as an Agricultural commodity produced in the United States (US) or processed in the US substantially (at least 51%) using agricultural commodities produced in the US.

  • Agricultural commodity assessments — Development, promotion, and hosting.

  • Moreover, Harman’s (1976) one- factor test was carried out to all 19 model items from the survey dataset.

  • Agricultural commodity" means any food, fiber, feed, animal, or plant, or group of foods, fibers, feeds, animals, or plants that the director of agriculture determines to be of the same nature, in either a natural or a processed state.

  • This authority is not applicable to the following positions in the Agricultural Marketing Service: Agricultural commodity grader (grain) and (meat), (poultry), and (dairy), agricultural commodity aid (grain), and tobacco inspection positions.


More Definitions of Agricultural commodity

Agricultural commodity or “USDA Food” means a product grown, processed, and otherwise prepared for sale or distribution exclusively in the United States except with respect to minor ingredients (See AGAR 470.103(b)). Ingredients from nondomestic sources will be allowed to be utilized as a United States product if such ingredients are not otherwise: (1) produced in the United States; and (2) commercially available in the United States at fair and reasonable prices from domestic sources. See clause 4A52.225-1, U.S. Origin Product.
Agricultural commodity means all perishable fruits and vegetables as defined by the department. The kinds, types, and subtypes of products to be classed together as an agricultural commodity for the purposes of this act shall be determined by the department on the basis of common usage and practice.
Agricultural commodity means any plant or part of a plant, animal or animal product produced by a person primarily for sale, consumption, propagation or other use by humans or ani- mals.
Agricultural commodity means any of the following commodities
Agricultural commodity means any unprocessed agricultural product, including livestock as defined in section 717.1, agricultural crops, and forestry products grown, raised, produced, or fed in this state for sale in commercial channels.
Agricultural commodity means any plant or part thereof, or animal, or animal product, produced by a person, including farmers, ranchers, vineyardists, plant propagators, Christmas tree growers, aquaculturists, floriculturists, orchardists, foresters, nurserymen, wood treaters not for hire, or other comparable persons, primarily for sale, consumption, propagation, or other use by man or animals.*
Agricultural commodity means any agricultural commodity planted and produced in a State by annual tilling of the soil, including tilling by one-trip planters or sugarcane planted and produced in a State.