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Milk in California; Recommended Decision and Opportunity To File Written Exceptions on Proposal To Establish a Federal Milk Marketing OrderProposed Rule2017-0273202/14/2017DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTUREAgriculture DepartmentThis Recommended Decision proposes the issuance of a Federal Milk Marketing Order (FMMO) regulating the handling of milk in California. The proposed FMMO incorporates the entire state of California and would adopt the same dairy produc … This Recommended Decision proposes the issuance of a Federal Milk Marketing Order (FMMO) regulating the handling of milk in California. The proposed FMMO incorporates the entire state of California and would adopt the same dairy product classification and pricing provisions used throughout the current FMMO system. The proposed FMMO provides for the recognition of producer quota as administered by the California Department of Food and Agriculture. This proposed rule also announces the Agricultural Marketing Service's (AMS) intent to request approval by the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) of new information collection requirements to implement the order.milk-in-california-recommended-decision-and-opportunity-to-file-written-exceptions-on-proposal-toFR-Doc-2017-02732
Milk in California; Notice of Hearing on a Proposal To Establish a Federal Milk Marketing OrderProposed Rule2015-1870408/06/2015DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTUREAgriculture DepartmentA public hearing is being held to consider and take evidence on a proposal that would establish a Federal milk marketing order to regulate the handling of milk in California. The proposed marketing area would incorporate the entire s … A public hearing is being held to consider and take evidence on a proposal that would establish a Federal milk marketing order to regulate the handling of milk in California. The proposed marketing area would incorporate the entire state of California. USDA received four proposals from interested parties, some that include certain milk pricing and pooling provisions not found in current Federal milk orders. The proposals incorporate the same dairy product classification system used throughout the Federal milk marketing order system. Additional features would recognize California quota premium and fluid milk fortification values. The proposals noticed herein would not modify any existing Federal milk marketing orders.milk-in-california-notice-of-hearing-on-a-proposal-to-establish-a-federal-milk-marketing-orderFR-Doc-2015-18704
Milk in the Appalachian, Florida, and Southeast Marketing Areas; Order Amending the OrdersRule2014-1003705/02/2014DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTUREAgriculture DepartmentThis final rule amends the Class I pricing provisions and the maximum administrative assessment for the Appalachian, Florida and Southeast marketing orders. This final rule also amends certain features of the diversion limit, touch-bas … This final rule amends the Class I pricing provisions and the maximum administrative assessment for the Appalachian, Florida and Southeast marketing orders. This final rule also amends certain features of the diversion limit, touch-base and transportation credit provisions of the Appalachian and Southeast milk marketing orders. More than the required number of producers approved the issuance of the orders as amended.milk-in-the-appalachian-florida-and-southeast-marketing-areas-order-amending-the-ordersFR-Doc-2014-10037
Milk in the Appalachian and Southeast Marketing Areas; Order Amending the OrdersRule2014-1003105/02/2014DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTUREAgriculture DepartmentThis final rule amends the transportation credit balancing fund provisions and pooling provisions of the Appalachian and Southeast orders. More than the required number of producers for the Appalachian and Southeast marketing areas ap … This final rule amends the transportation credit balancing fund provisions and pooling provisions of the Appalachian and Southeast orders. More than the required number of producers for the Appalachian and Southeast marketing areas approved the issuance of the orders as amended.milk-in-the-appalachian-and-southeast-marketing-areas-order-amending-the-ordersFR-Doc-2014-10031
Milk in the Appalachian and Southeast Marketing Areas; Termination of ProceedingProposed Rule2014-1003305/02/2014DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTUREAgriculture DepartmentThis action terminates a proceeding for two remaining proposals presented at a hearing held in Louisville, Kentucky, January 10-12, 2006. The two proposals (Proposal 2 and Proposal 5) would: Establish intra-market transportation credit … This action terminates a proceeding for two remaining proposals presented at a hearing held in Louisville, Kentucky, January 10-12, 2006. The two proposals (Proposal 2 and Proposal 5) would: Establish intra-market transportation credit provisions for the Appalachian and Southeast Federal milk marketing areas, and reduce payments to producers for milk diverted to locations outside of the geographic boundaries of the Appalachian and Southeast milk marketing areas. The Agricultural Marketing Service believes that the amendments adopted as part of a subsequent proceeding addressed the disorderly marketing conditions that Proposals 2 and 5 were designed to remedy, and therefore action on the proceedings for these two proposals is terminated.milk-in-the-appalachian-and-southeast-marketing-areas-termination-of-proceedingFR-Doc-2014-10033
Milk in the Appalachian, Florida and Southeast Marketing Areas; Final Decision on Proposed Amendments to Marketing Agreements and to OrdersProposed Rule2014-0469203/07/2014DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTUREAgriculture DepartmentThis final decision proposes to permanently adopt amendments that adjust the Class I pricing surface of the Appalachian, Florida, and Southeast Federal milk marketing orders. In addition, this decision seeks to adopt proposals that ame … This final decision proposes to permanently adopt amendments that adjust the Class I pricing surface of the Appalachian, Florida, and Southeast Federal milk marketing orders. In addition, this decision seeks to adopt proposals that amend certain features of the diversion limit, touch-base, and transportation credit provisions for the Appalachian and Southeast milk marketing orders. This decision also proposes to adopt amendments that increase the maximum administrative assessment for the Appalachian, Florida and Southeast marketing orders. The orders as amended are subject to approval by producers in the affected markets. Producer approval for this action will be determined concurrently with amendments adopted in a separate final decision that amends the transportation balancing fund and other provisions of the Appalachian and Southeast milk marketing orders.milk-in-the-appalachian-florida-and-southeast-marketing-areas-final-decision-on-proposed-amendmentsFR-Doc-2014-04692
Milk in the Appalachian and Southeast Marketing Areas; Final Partial Decision on Proposed Amendments to Marketing Agreements and to OrdersProposed Rule2014-0469303/07/2014DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTUREAgriculture DepartmentThis final decision proposes to permanently adopt revised transportation credit balancing fund provisions for the Appalachian and Southeast milk marketing orders. Specifically, this document Establishes a variable mileage rate facto … This final decision proposes to permanently adopt revised transportation credit balancing fund provisions for the Appalachian and Southeast milk marketing orders. Specifically, this document Establishes a variable mileage rate factor using a fuel cost adjustor to determine the transportation credit payments of both orders; increases the transportation credit assessment rate for the Appalachian order to $0.15 per hundredweight; and establishes a zero diversion limit standard on loads of milk requesting transportation credits. Separate decisions will address the proposed adoption of an intra- market transportation credit provision for the Appalachian and Southeast orders and for increasing the transportation credit rate assessment for the Southeast order. This final decision is subject to producer approval. Producer approval for this action will be determined concurrently with amendments adopted in a separate final decision that amends the Class I pricing and other provisions of the Appalachian, Southeast, and Florida milk marketing orders.milk-in-the-appalachian-and-southeast-marketing-areas-final-partial-decision-on-proposed-amendmentsFR-Doc-2014-04693
Milk in the Northeast and Other Marketing Areas; Termination of Proceeding on Proposed Amendments to Tentative Marketing Agreements and OrdersRule2013-0981804/26/2013DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTUREAgriculture DepartmentThis action terminates a proceeding that amended manufacturing allowances of the Class III and Class IV price formulas applicable to all Federal milk marketing orders on an interim basis. However, subsequent formal rulemaking proceedi … This action terminates a proceeding that amended manufacturing allowances of the Class III and Class IV price formulas applicable to all Federal milk marketing orders on an interim basis. However, subsequent formal rulemaking proceedings have superseded these amendments and therefore, action on this proceeding is terminated.milk-in-the-northeast-and-other-marketing-areas-termination-of-proceeding-on-proposed-amendments-toFR-Doc-2013-09818
Milk in the Northeast and Other Marketing Areas; Order Amending the OrdersRule2013-0981904/25/2013DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTUREAgriculture DepartmentThis final rule permanently adopts changes to the manufacturing cost allowances and the butterfat yield factor used in Class III and Class IV product-price formulas applicable to all Federal milk marketing orders. These amendments … This final rule permanently adopts changes to the manufacturing cost allowances and the butterfat yield factor used in Class III and Class IV product-price formulas applicable to all Federal milk marketing orders. These amendments were adopted by an interim final rule issued on July 25, 2008, that became effective on October 1, 2008. More than the required number of producers approved the issuance of the orders as amended.milk-in-the-northeast-and-other-marketing-areas-order-amending-the-ordersFR-Doc-2013-09819
Milk in the Northeast and Other Marketing Areas; Final Decision on Proposed Amendments to Marketing Agreements and Orders and Termination of a Portion of the ProceedingProposed Rule2013-0262302/07/2013DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTUREAgriculture DepartmentThis document is the final decision proposing to permanently adopt changes to the manufacturing cost allowances and the butterfat yield factor used in Class III and Class IV product-price formulas applicable to all Federal milk mark … This document is the final decision proposing to permanently adopt changes to the manufacturing cost allowances and the butterfat yield factor used in Class III and Class IV product-price formulas applicable to all Federal milk marketing orders. These amendments were adopted by an interim final rule issued on, July 25, 2008, that became effective on October 1, 2008. This document also terminates the proceeding with regard to additional proposals that addressed the collection of manufacturing cost information, the use of an energy cost adjustor and providing for a cost add-on feature to Class III and Class IV product-price formulas. The orders amended by this decision require producer approval. Referenda will be conducted in three markets and dairy farmer cooperatives will be polled in the other seven markets to determine whether dairy farmers approve the issuance of the orders as amended.milk-in-the-northeast-and-other-marketing-areas-final-decision-on-proposed-amendments-to-marketingFR-Doc-2013-02623
Milk in the Mideast Marketing Area; Order Amending the OrderRule2012-2097308/27/2012DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTUREAgriculture DepartmentThis final rule amends the Pool Plant provisions of the Mideast Federal milk marketing order regulating distributing plants physically located within the marketing area, with a Class I utilization of at least 30 percent and with combin … This final rule amends the Pool Plant provisions of the Mideast Federal milk marketing order regulating distributing plants physically located within the marketing area, with a Class I utilization of at least 30 percent and with combined route disposition and transfers of at least 50 percent distributed into Federal milk marketing areas, as Pool Distributing Plants under the terms of the order. More than the required number of producers for the Mideast marketing area approved the issuance of the final order as amended.milk-in-the-mideast-marketing-area-order-amending-the-orderFR-Doc-2012-20973
Milk in the Mideast Marketing Area; Final DecisionProposed Rule2012-1567006/28/2012DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTUREAgriculture DepartmentThis final decision recommends adoption of a proposal to amend the Pool Plant provisions of the Mideast Federal milk marketing order to reflect that distributing plants physically located within the marketing area with a Class I utiliz … This final decision recommends adoption of a proposal to amend the Pool Plant provisions of the Mideast Federal milk marketing order to reflect that distributing plants physically located within the marketing area with a Class I utilization of at least 30 percent, and with combined route disposition and transfers of at least 50 percent distributed into Federal milk marketing areas, would be regulated as a Pool Distributing Plant under the terms of the order.milk-in-the-mideast-marketing-area-final-decisionFR-Doc-2012-15670
Milk in the Mideast Marketing Area; Recommended Decision and Opportunity To File Written Exceptions on Proposed Amendments to Tentative Marketing Agreement and OrderProposed Rule2012-482702/29/2012DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTUREAgriculture DepartmentThis decision recommends adoption of a proposal to amend the Pool Plant provisions of the Mideast Federal milk marketing order to reflect that distributing plants physically located within the marketing area with a Class I utiliza … This decision recommends adoption of a proposal to amend the Pool Plant provisions of the Mideast Federal milk marketing order to reflect that distributing plants physically located within the marketing area with a Class I utilization of at least 30 percent, and with combined route disposition and transfers of at least 50 percent distributed into Federal milk marketing areas, would be regulated as a Pool Distributing Plant under the terms of the order.milk-in-the-mideast-marketing-area-recommended-decision-and-opportunity-to-file-written-exceptionsFR-Doc-2012-4827
Milk in the Mideast Marketing Area; Notice of Hearing on Proposed Amendments to Tentative Marketing Agreement and OrderProposed Rule2011-2294509/08/2011DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTUREAgriculture DepartmentA public hearing is being held to consider and take evidence on a proposal to modify the Pool Plant Definition in the Mideast Milk Marketing Order.A public hearing is being held to consider and take evidence on a proposal to modify the Pool Plant Definition in the Mideast Milk Marketing Order.milk-in-the-mideast-marketing-area-notice-of-hearing-on-proposed-amendments-to-tentative-marketingFR-Doc-2011-22945
Milk in the Mideast Marketing Area; Order To Terminate Proceeding on Proposed Amendments to Marketing Agreement and OrderProposed Rule2011-1839307/22/2011DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTUREAgriculture DepartmentThis action terminates a rulemaking proceeding that proposed to amend Class I prices for certain counties of the Mideast milk marketing area. Marketing conditions since the close of the hearing on the proposal have changed subst … This action terminates a rulemaking proceeding that proposed to amend Class I prices for certain counties of the Mideast milk marketing area. Marketing conditions since the close of the hearing on the proposal have changed substantially, no longer warranting a change.milk-in-the-mideast-marketing-area-order-to-terminate-proceeding-on-proposed-amendments-to-marketingFR-Doc-2011-18393
Milk in the Northeast and Other Marketing Areas; Order Amending the OrdersRule2010-2097208/24/2010DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTUREAgriculture DepartmentThis final rule maintains the current fluid milk product definition's compositional standard of 6.5 percent nonfat milk solids criterion and incorporates an equivalent 2.25 percent true milk protein criterion for determining if … This final rule maintains the current fluid milk product definition's compositional standard of 6.5 percent nonfat milk solids criterion and incorporates an equivalent 2.25 percent true milk protein criterion for determining if a product meets the compositional standard. This final rule also determines how milk and milk-derived ingredients should be priced under all Federal milk marketing orders when used in products meeting the fluid milk product definition. It provides exemptions for drinkable yogurt products containing at least 20 percent yogurt (by weight), kefir, and products intended to be meal replacements from the fluid milk product definition. A referendum was held and the required number of producers approved the issuance of the orders as amended.milk-in-the-northeast-and-other-marketing-areas-order-amending-the-ordersFR-Doc-2010-20972
Milk in the Northeast and Other Marketing Areas; Final Decision on Proposed Amendments to Marketing Agreements and OrdersProposed Rule2010-1277106/14/2010DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTUREAgriculture DepartmentThis final decision maintains the current fluid milk product definition's compositional standard of 6.5 percent nonfat milk solids criterion and incorporates an equivalent 2.25 percent true milk protein criterion for determining if … This final decision maintains the current fluid milk product definition's compositional standard of 6.5 percent nonfat milk solids criterion and incorporates an equivalent 2.25 percent true milk protein criterion for determining if a product meets the compositional standard. The decision also determines how milk and milk-derived ingredients should be priced under all Federal milk marketing orders when used in products meeting the fluid milk product definition. The decision provides exemptions for drinkable yogurt products containing at least 20 percent yogurt (by weight), kefir, and products intended to be meal replacements from the fluid milk product definition. The orders as amended are subject to producer approval by referendum before they can be implemented.milk-in-the-northeast-and-other-marketing-areas-final-decision-on-proposed-amendments-to-marketingFR-Doc-2010-12771
Milk in the Northeast and Other Marketing Areas; Order Amending the OrdersRule2010-940204/23/2010DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTUREAgriculture DepartmentThis final rule amends the producer-handler definitions of all Federal milk marketing orders to limit exemption from pooling and pricing provisions to those with total route disposition and sales of packaged fluid milk products t … This final rule amends the producer-handler definitions of all Federal milk marketing orders to limit exemption from pooling and pricing provisions to those with total route disposition and sales of packaged fluid milk products to other plants of 3 million pounds or less per month. The exempt plant definition will continue to limit disposition of Class I milk products to 150,000 pounds or less per month. A referendum was held and the required number of producers approved the issuance of the orders as amended.milk-in-the-northeast-and-other-marketing-areas-order-amending-the-ordersFR-Doc-2010-9402
Milk in the Northeast and Other Marketing Areas; Final Decision on Proposed Amendments to Tentative Marketing Agreements and OrdersProposed Rule2010-404603/04/2010DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTUREAgriculture DepartmentThis decision proposes that the producer-handler definitions of all Federal milk marketing orders be amended to limit exemption from pooling and pricing provisions to those with total route disposition and sales of packaged fluid mil … This decision proposes that the producer-handler definitions of all Federal milk marketing orders be amended to limit exemption from pooling and pricing provisions to those with total route disposition and sales of packaged fluid milk products to other plants of 3 million pounds or less per month. The exempt plant definition would continue to limit route disposition and sales of packaged fluid milk products to other plants to 150,000 pounds or less per month. This final decision is subject to producer approval by referendum.milk-in-the-northeast-and-other-marketing-areas-final-decision-on-proposed-amendments-to-tentativeFR-Doc-2010-4046
Milk in the Northeast and Other Marketing Areas; Recommended Decision and Opportunity To File Written Exceptions on Proposed Amendments to Tentative Marketing Agreements and OrdersProposed RuleE9-2529210/21/2009DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTUREAgriculture DepartmentThis decision recommends that the producer-handler definitions of all Federal milk marketing orders be amended to limit exemption from pooling and pricing provisions to those with total route disposition of fluid milk products of 3 mil … This decision recommends that the producer-handler definitions of all Federal milk marketing orders be amended to limit exemption from pooling and pricing provisions to those with total route disposition of fluid milk products of 3 million pounds or less per month. The exempt plant definition would continue to limit disposition of Class I milk products to 150,000 pounds or less per month.https://www.federalregister.gov/documents/2009/10/21/E9-25292/milk-in-the-northeast-and-other-marketing-areas-recommended-decision-and-opportunity-to-file-writtenFR-Doc-E9-25292
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