2 edition of Additional 1955 cotton acreage allotments found in the catalog.
Additional 1955 cotton acreage allotments
United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Agriculture and Forestry
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|Number of Pages||111|
|LC Control Number||55060581|
One of the primary policy objectives of historic agricultural conservation programs has been shifting acres used to produce crops into natural resource conserving purposes, as discussed previously (farmdoc daily, Novem ).). The Dust Bowl was the catalyst for one version of this policy (farmdoc daily, November 7, ).). Renewed concerns about soil erosion and the impact on natural. Get this from a library! National acreage allotments - rice: hearings before the Subcommittee on Rice on H.R. , a bill to amend the Agricultural adjustment act of , as amended. July 21 [United States. Congress. House. Committee on Agriculture. Subcommittee on Rice.; United States. Congress House.].
Here, C and T are the prices of cotton and vegetables, and CP is a dummy variable that equals 1 if the government cotton-acreage-allotment program was in effect (–). This program was intended to prevent cotton prices from falling by limiting the supply of cotton, so farmers who reduced their cotton production were given government. WASHINGTON, March 15 (AP)-- Eighteen cotton-producing states stand to increase their total cotton acreage allotments by an estimated 1,, acres under the bill approved by a .
An act to provide for the appointment of an additional district judge for the middle district of Georgia: Mar. 29, PDF: Chapter An act to provide that acreage planted to cotton in shall not be used in computing cotton acreage allotments for any subsequent year: Mar. 29, PDF: Chapter Acreage-allotment and marketing-quota programs cropscaused land and other resources to be decreasediverted from marketing-quota to other crops. From rates to , the har- vested acreage muchof the quota crops--wheat, cotton, peanuts, rice, and tobacco--de- creased by 33 million acres, but that of other crops increased by 25 nnillion. The.
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The State acreage allotment for cotton shall be apportioned to counties on the same basis as to years and conditions as is applicable to the State under subsections (b), (c), and (d) of this section: Provided, That the State committee may reserve not to exceed 10 per centum of its State acreage allotment (15 per centum if the State’s planted acreage was in excess of one million acres.
Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the Secretary, if he determines that it will not impair the effective operation of the program involved, (1) may permit the owner and operator of any farm for which a cotton acreage allotment is established to sell or lease all or any part or the right to all or any part of such allotment (excluding that part of the allotment which the Secretary.
The national base acreage allotment for each crop of upland cotton shall be apportioned by the Secretary to the States on the basis of the acreage planted (including acreage regarded as having been planted) to upland cotton within the farm acreage allotment or the farm base acreage allotment, whichever is in effect, during the five calendar years immediately preceding the calendar year in.
Get this from a library. Cotton acreage allotments, hearing before the Committee on Agriculture, House of Representatives, Eighty-fourth Congress, first session, Janu February 9 [United States. Congress.
House. Committee on Agriculture.; United States. Congress House.]. The reserve acreage set aside herein for apportionment by the Secretary Additional 1955 cotton acreage allotments book be used (1) to make allotments to counties in addition to the county allotments made under subsection (b) of this section, on the basis of the relative needs of counties for additional allotments because of reclamation and other new areas coming into production of.
WASHINGTON, Nov. 19 (UP) -- Two cotton state Senators announced today they would introduce legislation to add 1, acres to the cotton planting allotment when Congress convenes in. (d) and (e), added by Pub.
91–, which had temporarily included farm base acreage allotment for upland cotton and domestic allotment for wheat within the term “allotment” as used in this section. See Codification note above and Amendment note below. between (a) a regular acreage allotment and price support, or (b) an increase of up to 40 percent in allotment with price support 15 points lower than the percentage of parity set under (a).
Aftercotton was to be under regular allotments, supported between 70 and 90 percent of parity inand between 65 and 90 percent after WASHINGTON, March 30 (UP) -- Cotton state Senators today abandoned hope of increasing acreage allotments this year for small farmers hard hit by Government planting restrictions.
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Original documents are located at the Bureau of Land management in Springfield, Virginia. More about this collection. Cotton, perhaps more than anything else, was the driving economic force in the creation of Alabama. The search for land to grow cotton attracted the first settlers into the state's river valleys.
Cotton also created the two dominant labor systems, slavery in the Old South and sharecropping in the New South. The cotton-based economy also produced cycles of boom and bust resulting from the. WASHINGTON, Oct. 11 (AP) -Experts agreed today that cuts in the level of cotton price supports and in the national cotton acreage allotment are probable for The cotton-allotment program inclUdes (1) diversion payments if the farmer reduces his cotton acreage below the effective farm allotment and puts the diverted acres into an approved conserving use and (2) a right to a guaranteed price for the crop.
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Acreage allotments for corn and acreage allotments and marketing quotas for cotton, tobacco, and wheat reduced the acreage planted during the years they were in effect. For example, the acreage of wheat seeded dropped from a high of almost 81 million acres in to around 63 million in ; it remained below 62 million acres until House subcom approves Grant bill to give cash subsidies to farmers complying with acreage allotments since ' Sections.
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3, tract books containing official records of the land status and transactions involving surveyed public lands arranged by state and then by township and range. These books indicate who obtained the land, and include a physical description of the tract and where the land is located.
The type of transaction is also recorded such as cash entry, credit entry, homesteads, patents (deeds. WASHINGTON, Oct. 14 (UP) -- Secretary of Agriculture Ezra T. Benton established cotton acreage allotments and marketing quotas today at the lowest level permitted by law.was drawn from the Bv~ list of farm owners having cotton allotments.
A systo;mple of every 20th contract number was dravm in the county ~~ office by Hv~ personnel and forwarded to the State office. The entire sample was circularized as of July 1 with 3 mailings to get information on cotton acreage and acreage and production. Platbooks and Land Ownership Maps.
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