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TEXAS
Rate per

Rate per
County bushel County bushet
Archer
$0.99 Hunt

$1.04 Armstrong .98 Jack

1.02 Balley

Jefferson

1.24 Baylor

Johnson

1.07 Bosque ----- 1. 08 Jones

.99 Bowie 1. 03 Karnes

1, 11 Briscoe .98 King

.98 Brown 1.04 Knox ----

.98 Callahan

1.01 Lamb Carson

.98

Lampasas 1.08 Cass

1.04 Limestone 1. 12 Castro ,98 Lipscomb

,97 Childress

Lubbock

.98 Clay 1.01 Lynn

.98 Cochran

McCulloch 1.04 Collin ------

1.06 McLennan 1. 11 Collings

Mason

1.04 worth

Mitchell

,98 Comanche 1. 04 Montague 1. 02 Concho 1.04 Moore

...97 Coryell

1. 09
Motley

.98 Cottle

.98
Newton

1. 14 Crosby

.98
Nolan

.98 Dallam

.97
Nueces

1.24 Dawson

.98
Ochiltree

.97 Deaf Smith..

Oldham

.98 Denton

1, 04 Palo Pinto... 1,03 Dickens

Parker

1.06 Donley

Parmer

.98 Eastland

1.03 Potter Fannin 1.03 Randall

.98 Fisher

.98
Reeves

.88 Floyd

.98
Roberts

.97 Foard

.98
Runnels

1.01 Gaines

.98

San Patricio. 1.24 Galveston 1. 24 San Saba

1.04 Gillesple 1. 06 Scurry

. 98 Gray .98 Sherman

.97 Grayson 1. 03 Smith

1.09 Hale .98 Stonewall

.98 Hall

Swisher Hansford

Tarrant

1.07 Hardeman

Taylor

1. 00 Harris 1.24 Terry

,98 Hartley *.97 Wheeler

.98 Haskell

Wichita

.99 Hemphill

Wilbarger

.98 Hidalgo 1.02 Wise

1. 05 Hockley

Yoakum

. 98 Hood 1. 06 Young

1.02 Howard

VERMONT

Rate per

bushel All counties.

$1. 14 VIRGINIA Chesapeake (Norfolk)

$1.30 All other counties.--

1. 14 WASHINGTON Rate

Rate County per bushel ! County

per bushel Adams 81. 14 Lewis

81, 17 Asotin 1. 12 Lincoln

1. 13 Benton 1. 16 Mason

1. 11 Chelan

1. 15

Okanogan 1. 12 Clallam 1.05 Pacific

1. 14 Clark

1. 20 Pend Oreille.. 1.06 Columbia 1.14 Pierce

1. 20 Cowlitz

1. 20 San Juan.--- 1. 13 Douglas 1. 13 Skagit

1.14 Ferry

1.09 Skamania 1. 19 Franklin

1. 14 Snohomish 1. 17 Garfield 1. 14 Spokane

1. 12 Grant 1. 14 Stevens

1. 07 Grays Harbor. 1. 14 Thurston 1. 17 Island

1. 14 Wahkiakum 1.17 Jefferson

1.08 Walla Walla. 1. 14 King

1. 20 Whatcom 1. 12 Kitsap

1. 09 Whitman 1. 13 Kittitas 1. 18 Yakima

1. 16 Klickitat

1. 19

WEST VIRGINIA All counties.

81. 14 WISCONSIN Rate

Rate per

per County bushel County bushel Adams

$1. 10
La Crosse-----

81. 06 Ashland

1. 05
Lafayette

1. 12 Barron 1.05 Langlade

1. 05 Bayfield 1. 00 Lincoln

1.04 Brown

1. 10 Manitowoc 1. 10 Buffalo

1.05 Marathon 1.05 Burnett

1. 08 Marinette 1.06 Calumet

1. 11 Marquette 1. 11 Chippewa 1.04 Menominee 1.08 Clark..

1.04 Milwaukee 1. 17 Columbia 1. 12 Monroe

1.07 Crawford 1.06 Oconto

1. 08 Dane 1. 13 Oneida

1. 03 Dodge

1. 13 Outagamle 1. 10 Door 1.04 Ozaukee

1. 15 Douglas 1.08 Pepin

1.05 Dunn 1.04 Pierce

1.05 Eau Claire 1.04 Polk

1.07 Florence 1. 00 Portage

1.07 Fond du Lac. 1. 12 Price

1.03 Forest

1.04
Racine

1. 17 Grant 1. 09 Richland

1.09 Green 1. 14 Rock

1.16 Green Lake 1.11 Rusk

1. 05 Iowa

1. 11 Saint Croix.. 1.05 Iron 1.04 Sauk

1. 12 Jackson 1,05 Sawyer

1.03 Jefferson

1. 15
Shawano

1.08 Juneau

1.09 Sheboygan 1. 13 Kenosha 1. 17 Taylor

1. 03 Kewaunee 1. 07 Trempealeau 1. 04

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WISCONSIN–Continued

after be adjusted from time to time as CCC Rate

Rate

determines appropriate to reflect changes in

market conditions. Producers may obtain per

рет County bushel

schedules of such factors and discounts and County bushel

adjustments thereof at county ASCS offices Vernon $1.06 Waukesha $1. 16

approximately 1 month prior to the loan Vilas 1.03 Waupaca

1. 09

maturity date or as soon thereafter as Walworth 1.16 Waushara 1. 10

practicable. Washburn 1. 06 Winnebago 1.11 Washington 1. 15 Wood

1. 06 Subpart-1970 and Subsequent Crops WYOMING

Soybean Loan and Purchase Program All counties..

$0.90 AUTHORITY: The provisions of this sub

part issued under sec. 4, 62 Stat. 1070, as (b) Discounts. The basic support rate amended; 15 U.S.C. 714b. Interpret or apply shall be adjusted by discounts as follows: sec. 5, 62 Stat. 1072, secs. 203, 301, 401, 63 Stat. Rye containing more than three-tenths 1054; 7 U.S.C. 1446(d), 1447, 1421. of 1 percent ergot (ergoty rye containing

SOURCE: The provisions of this subpart in excess of 1 percent is not eligible for appear at 35 F.R. 13971, Sept. 3, 1970; 35 F.R. warehouse-storage loans):

14501, Sept. 16, 1970, unless otherwise noted. Discount (cents per

§ 1421.365 Purpose. Ergot content (percent):

bushel) This subpart contains program pro0.31-0.40

1

visions which, together with the annual 0.41-0.50

2

soybean crop supplement, the provisions 0.51-0.60

3

of the General Regulations Governing 0.61-0.70

4 0.71-0.80

5

Price Support for the 1970 and Subse0.81-0.90

6 quent Crops and any amendments 0.91-1.00

7 thereto or revisions thereof (such reguRye grading U.S. No. 4 on the factor of test

lations are referred to in this subpart as weight only:

"General Regulations”), and the CoDiscount operative Marketing Association Eligibil

(cents per ity Requirements for Price Support in Test weight (pounds):

bushel) Part 1425 of this chapter and any 51.0–51.9

5

amendments thereto, apply to loans and 50.0–50.9

10

purchases for the 1970 and subsequent 49.0-49.9

15

crops of soybeans.
Rye grading U.S. No. 3 on account of being
"thin":

§ 1421.366 Availability,
Discount
(cents per

Producers desiring price support for “Thin" rye (percent):

bushel)

soybeans must obtain a loan or notify 15.1-17.0

1

the county ASCS office of intentions to 17.1-19.0

2

sell to CCC no later than the dates set 19.1-21.0

forth in the applicable annual soybean 21.1–23.0

4 crop supplement to the regulations in 23.1-25.0

5 this subpart. Rye grading U.S. No. 4 on account of being $ 1421.367 Eligible soybeans. "thin": The discounts shall be 5 cents per bushel

(a) General. To be eligible for a loan plus 1 cent for each 2 percent of "thin" rye or a purchase, the soybeans may be of or fraction thereof, in excess of 25 percent. any class but must be merchantable for

Discount food, feed, or other uses, as determined by (cents CCC, and must not contain mercurial

per compounds or other substances poison

bushel) ous to man or animals. Weed control discount (where required

(b) Warehouse stored loan grade re. by § 1421.25)

10

quirements. To be eligible for a wareOther factors: Amounts determined by house-storage loan, the soybeans must CCC to represent market discounts for qual- also meet the following requirements: ity factors not specified above which affect

(1) The soybeans must grade U.S. No. the value of rye, such as (but not limited to) moisture, weevily, ergoty, stones, musty, sour,

4 or better. and heating. Such discounts will be estab

(2) If the soybeans grade “Weevily”, lished approximately 1 month prior to the

the warehouse receipt issued for such loan maturity date for rye and will there- soybeans must be accompanied by a sup

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plemental certificate which provides for the delivery by the warehouseman of soybeans which do not grade "Weevily" and which are otherwise of an eligible grade and quality. The grade, grading factors, and the quantity shown on the supplemental certificate must be as specified in 8 1421.370(c).

(3) If the soybeans contain in excess of 14 percent moisture, the warehouse receipt issued for such soybeans must be accompanied by a supplemental certificate which provides for the delivery by the warehouseman of soybeans containing not over 14 percent moisture and which are otherwise of an eligible grade and quality. The grade, grading factors, and the quantity shown on the supplemental certificate must be as specified in % 1421.370(c).

(4) Soybeans must not grade "Garlicky." 8 1421.368 Determination of quality.

The class, grade, grading factors, and all other quality factors shall be based on the Official Grain Standards of the United States for Soybeans, whether or not determinations are made on the basis of an official inspection, & 1421.369 Determination of quantity.

When the quantity of soybeans is determined by weight, a bushel shall be 60 pounds of soybeans free of foreign material in excess of 1 percent; the weight of foreign material in excess of 1 percent shall be deducted from the gross weight in the determination of the nec number of bushels of soybeans.

(a) In warehouse. The quantity of soybeans stored in an approved warehouse and on which a warehouse storage loan may be made, and the quantity of soybeans delivered to or acquired by CCC in an approved warehouse, shall be the net weight specified on the warehouse receipt, or on the supplemental certificate, if applicable. If the soybeans have been dried or blended to reduce the moisture content, the quantity specified on the warehouse receipt or the supplemental certificate, if applicable, shall be the quantity after drying or blending, and such quantity shall reflect a minimum shrink in the receiving weight of 1.2 times the percentage difference between the moisture content of the soybeans when received, and 14 percent.

(b) On farm. The quantity of soybean; eligible to be placed under a farm storage loan shall be determined in ac

cordance with $ 1421.18 of the general regulations. The quantity acquired by CCC from farm storage shall be determined by weight. 8 1421.370 Warehouse receipts.

Warehouse receipts tendered to CCC in connection with a loan or purchase must meet the requirements of this section.

(a) Separate receipt. A separate warehouse receipt must be submitted for each grade and class of soybeans. In the case of approved cooperative marketing associations, a separate warehouse receipt also must be submitted for each county support rate at which price support is obtained.

(b) Entries. Each warehouse receipt or the warehouseman's supplemental certificate (in duplicate), properly identified with the warehouse receipt, must show all of the following: (1) Gross weight and net bushels, (2) class, (3) grade, (4) test weight, (5) moisture, (6) percentage of foreign material, (7) any other grading factor(s) when such factor(s), and not test weight or moisture, determine the grade, (8) for soybeans grading No. 2, 3, or 4, the percentage of total damage, (9) for soybeans grading No. 3 or No. 4, the percentage of splits, and heat damage, (10) whether the soybeans were received by rail, truck, or barge, and (11) the date the soybeans were received or deposited in the warehouse.

(c) Where warehouse receipt shows Weevily", or moisture over 14 percent, or both. If a warehouse receipt tendered for a loan shows that the soybeans grade “Weevily" or contained over 14 percent moisture, or both, the warehouse receipt must be accompanied by a supplemental certificate as provided in 8 1421.367(b) (2) and (3) in order for the soybeans to be eligible for price support. The grade, grading factors, quantity to be delivered, and other information must be shown on the supplemental certificate as follows: (1) When the warehouse receipt shows “Weevily" and the soybeans have been conditioned to correct the “Weevily” condition, the supplemental certificate must show the same grade without the “Weevily” designation and the same grading factors and quantity as shown on the warehouse receipt; (2) when the warehouse receipt shows moisture content over 14 percent and the soybeans have been dried or blended, the supplemental certificate must show

the grade, grading factors, and quantity

ILLINOIS—Continued

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County
Hardin
Henderson
Henry
Iroquois
Jackson
Jasper
Jefferson
Jersey
Jo Daviess.
Johnson
Kane
Kankakee
Kendall
Knox
Lake
La Salle...
Lawrence
Lee
Livingston
Logan
McDonough
McHenry
McLean
Macon
Macoupin
Madison
Marion
Marshall
Mason
Massac
Menard
Mercer
Monroe
Montgomery

Rate

per bushel $1.04

1. 12 1. 14 1. 15 1.09 1. 10 1.11 1. 14 1. 12 1.08 1. 17 1.16 1. 17 1.13 1. 17 1.16 1.07 1.16 1. 15 1. 12 1.11 1. 17 1.12 1. 11 1.14 1.17 1. 12 1. 15 1.09 1.08 1.10 1. 13 1.14 1.14

Rate

per County bushel Morgan

$1.11 Moultrie

1. 12 Ogle

1.16 Peoria

1. 13 Perry

1. 11 Piatt

1. 12 Pike

1.11 Pope

1.07 Pulaski

1.09 Putnam

1. 15 Randolph

1.11
Richland

1.07
Rock Island.- 1.13
Saint Clair 1.17
Saline

1.07
Sangamon --- 1. 11
Schuyler

1. 11 Scott

1.11 Shelby

1. 11 Stark

1.14 Stephenson

1.15 Tazewell

1. 11 Union

1.09 Vermilion

1.13 Wabash

1.08 Warren

1. 13 Washington 1. 14 Wayne

1.09 White

1. 05 Whiteside

1. 15
Will

1.17
Williamson 1. 09
Winnebago 1. 16
Woodford

1. 13

INDIANA-Continued
Rate

Rate per

per County bushel County

bushel Morgan

$0.99 Spencer $1.06 Newton

1.12
Starke

1.08
Noble
1.03 Stueben

1.02 Ohio - 99 Sullivan

1.08 Orange

1. 08 Switzerland .99 Owen

1.02 Tippecanoe 1.06 Parke 1.05 Tipton

1.04 Perry 1.06 Union

.99 Pike

1.06 Vanderburgh. 1.06 Porter

1.11 Vermillion 1.09 Posey

1. 06
Vigo

1.08
Pulaski
1. 08 Wabash

1. 05 Putnam 1.02 Warren

1. 09 Randolph 1.03 Warrick

1. 06 Ripley .98 Washington

. 96 Rush 1.00 Wayne

1.02 Saint Joseph. 1.06 Wells

*1.02 Scott

White

1. 09 Shelby

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Whitley

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INDIANA

Adams
Allen
Bartholomew
Benton
Blackford
Boone
Brown
Carroll
Cass
Clark
Clay
Clinton
Crawford
Daviess
Dearborn
Decatur
De Kalb.
Delaware
Dubois
Elkhart
Fayette
Floyd
Fountain
Franklin
Fulton
Gibson
Grant

1. 01 1. 05 1. 02

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.97 ..99 1.02 1.01 1.01 1.01 1.02 1.01 1.03 1.01 1.08

1.02
1.02

.99
1. 10
1.04
1.02
1.00
1.06
1. 06

.97 1. 05 1. 05 1.09 1. 04 .99 .98 1. 02 1.02 1. 06 1. 05

.99 1. 08 1. 06 1.01 1.06 1.08 1.04

Greene
Hamilton
Hancock
Harrison
Hendricks
Henry
Howard
Huntington
Jackson
Jasper
Jay
Jefferson
Jennings
Johnson
Knox
Kosciusko
Lagrange
Lake
La Porte
Lawrence
Madison
Marion
Marshall
Martin
Miami
Monroe
Montgomery

Adair
Adams
Allamakee
Appanoose
Audubon
Benton
Black Hawk..
Boone
Bremer
Buchanan
Buena Vista..
Butler
Calhoun
Carroll
Cass
Cedar
Cerro Gordo
Cherokee
Chickasaw
Clarke
Clay
Clayton
Clinton
Crawford
Dallas
Davis
Decatur
Delaware
Des Moines..
Dickinson
Dubuque
Emmet
Fayette
Floyd
Franklin
Fremont
Greene
Grundy
Guthrie
Hamilton
Hancock
Hardin

1.04 1.02 1. 01 1. 08 1.02 1.03 1.05 1. 02

.98 1. 11 1.02 .97 .98 1.00 1.06 1.05 1.03 1. 14 1.08 1.04 1.03 1.01 1.06 1.02 1.05 1.06 1.04

IOWA,
0.98 Harrison

.99 Henry
1.03 Howard
1.04 Humboldt

.99 Ida
1.03 Iowa
1.02 Jackson

Jasper
1.01 Jefferson
1.02 Johnson

.97 Jones
1.01 Keokuk
.98 Kossuth
.98

Lee
1, 01. Linn
1.06 Louisa
1.01 Lucas
1.00 Lyon
1.01 Madison
1.00 Mahaska

.96 Marion
1.03 Marshall
1.08 Mills
.99

Mitchell
.99 Monoma
1.04 Monroe
1.00 Montgomery
1.03 Muscatine
1.07 O'Brien

.99 Osceola
1.05 Page

Palo Alto...
1.02 Plymouth
1.01 Pocahontas
1.00 Polk
1.01 Pottawat-

.97 tamie
1.01 Poweshiek

Ringgold

Sac
.99 Scott
1.00 Shelby

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KENTUCKY

Rate per

Rate per

County Sioux Story Tama Taylor Union Van Buren. Wapello Warren

Rate

per bushel $0.98

County Washington Wayne Webster Winnebago Winneshiek Woodbury Worth Wright

Rate

per bushel $1.03 1.02

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81. 14 LOUISIANA

Rate per Parish bushel Parish bushel East Baton

West Baton Rouge $1. 24 Rouge

$1.24 Jefferson

1. 24 All Other Orleans

1.24 Parishes 1.05 St. Charles..- 1. 24

MAINE All counties.

$1. 14 MARYLAND Baltimore City

$1.30 All other counties.

1. 14 MASSACHUSETTS All counties.

81. 14 MICHIGAN Rate per

Rate per County

bushel County bushel Alcona $0.96 Lake

$0.98 Alger .95 Lapeer

1.01 Allegan 1.04 Leelanau

. 96 Alpena

.95
Lenawee

1. 04 Antrim

.95 Livingston 1.02 Arenac

Luce

91 Baraga

.92
Mackinac

.91 Barry 1.03 Macomb

1. 03 Bay .99 Manistee

.98 Benzle

.97 Marquette . 96 Berrien 1.05 Mason

. 99 Branch

1, 05
Mecosta

.99 Calhoun

1.04 Menominee 1.00 Cass 1. 05 Midland

,99 Charlevoix

Missaukee

,97 Cheboygan

Monroe

1. 04 Chippewa

. 91

Montcalm 1.00 Clare

.98

Montmorency - ..95 Clinton

1.02 Muskegon 1. 02 Crawford

Newaygo

1.00 Delta

.97
Oakland

1. 02 Dickinson

.98
Oceana

1.01 Eaton 1.03 Ogemaw

.97 Emmet

.94 Ontonagon Genesee

1.01 Osceola Gladwin

.98

Oscoda Gogebic

.96

Otsego Grand Traverse. . 96 Ottawa

1.03 Gratiot

1.00 Presque Isle .94 Hillsdale

1.05 Roscommon .97 Houghton ..92 Saginaw

1.00 Huron 1. 00 St. Clair

1. 02 Ingham

1.03 St. Joseph... 1. 05 Ionia 1.02 Sanllac

1.01 Iosco

Schoolcraft .91 Iron

,96

Shiawassee 1.01 Isabella .99 Tuscola

1. 01 Jackson

1.04 Van Buren.. 1. 05 Kalamazoo 1. 05 Washtenaw 1.03 Kalkaska

.96
Wayne

1. 03 Kent 1.02 Wexford

.97 Keweenaw

.92

.97

1.07 Logan

. 93 Lyon

1.03 McPherson . 99 Marion

.99 Marshall

1.03 Meade Miami

1.07 Mitchell Montgomery 1.03 Morris

1. 01 Morton Nemaha

1.04 Neosho

1.04

.97 Norton

,97 Osage

1.05 Osborne

.99 Ottawa

.99 Pawnee

.97 Phillips

.97 Pottawatomie. 1.04 Pratt

,97 Rawlins

,93 Reno

,99 Republic

1. 00 Rice

.99 Riley

1.03 Rooks

.98 Rush

.97 Russell

. 98 Saline Scott Sedgwick

,99 Seward

. 92 Shawnee

1. 06 Sheridan

,96 Sherman

,92 Smith

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Allen
Anderson
Atchison
Barber
Barton
Bourbon
Brown
Butler
Chase
Chautauqua
Cherokee
Cheyenne
Clark
Clay
Cloud
Coffey
Comanche
Cowley
Crawford
Decatur
Dickinson
Doniphan
Douglas
Edwards
EIK
Ellis
Ellsworth
Finney
Ford
Franklin
Geary -------
Gove
Graham
Grant
Gray
Greeley
Greenwood
Hamilton
Harper
Harvey
Haskell
Hodgeman
Jackson
Jefferson
Jewell
Johnson
Kearny
Kingman
Klowa
Labette
Lane
Leavenworth
Lincoln

.99 Stafford

.97 Stanton

.91 Stevens

.91 Sumner

.99 Thomas

.94 Trego

.97 Wabaunsee 1. 03 Wallace

. 92 Washington 1.01 Wichita

.93 Wilson

1.03 Woodson

1.04 Wyandotte 1.07

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