CCC monthly sales list

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Title:
CCC monthly sales list
Series Title:
United States. Dept. of Agriculture. News
Alternate title:
ǂi Issues for <May 1967 - Nov. 1982 have title: ǂa CCC issues monthly sales list for ..
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: ; 23 cm.
Language:
English
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United States -- Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service
Publisher:
U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service, Commodity Operations Division.
Place of Publication:
Washington
Creation Date:
April 1978
Frequency:
monthly
regular

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U.S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE

CCC ISSUES MONTHLY SALES LIST FOR APRIL 1978:
WASHINGTON, March 31--Minimum prices at which Commodity Credit Corporation (CCC)
commodity holdings will be available for sale during April were announced today by
Ray Fitzgerald, CCC executive vice-president. These prices, subject to amendment,
become effective at 2:30 p.m. (EST) today and will continue until superseded by the
May monthly sales list. The April list of commodities is unchanged from the
March list. Dairy products, which were removed from the list on March 8, are again
listed (at higher prices) for April.
In this sales list: "Unrestricted use" applies to sales which permit either
domestic or export use and "export" applies to sales, which require export. "Market
price" means prices as determined by CCC.
Nonfat dry milk, butter, cheese and rice are listed for unrestricted use sale.
Crude peanut oil and farmers stock peanuts are listed for restricted use sale.
Peanut oil stocks have been sold except for small reserves and is listed for
occasional sales that may be necessary as deliveries are being completed.
Odd lots and off-quality lots are sold promptly and may not appear in the
Monthly Sales List. CCC may limit sales quantities. Nonstorable commodities will
be sold at not less than the market price. Sales are not confined to delivery
positions that may be cited in commodity offerings. Minimum prices for other
positions are derived by applying adjustments for handling charges, etc.
CCC reserves the right to refuse to consider an offer if it does not have
adequate information of financial responsibility of the offerer to meet contract
obligations of the type contemplated in this announcement. Interest at 10 percent
will be charged for delinquent payments on all sales.
On sales for which the buyer is required to submit to CCC proof of exportation,
the buyer shall be regularly engaged in the business of buying or selling commodities
and for this purpose shall maintain a bona fide business office in the United States,
its territories or possessions and have a person, principal, or resident agent upon
whom service or judicial process may be had.
Buyers are responsible for obtaining any required U.S. Government export permit
or license. Purchase from CCC shall not constitute any assurance that any permit or
license will be granted by the issuing authority.
Exports to certain countries are regulated by the U.S. Department of Commerce.
These restrictions also apply to any commodities purchased from the Commodity Credit
Corporation whether sold for restricted or unrestricted use. Countries and
commodities are specifically listed in the U.S. Department of Commerce Export Control
Regulations. Additional information is available from the Bureau of Internal
Commerce or from the field offices of the Department of Commerce.

To be placed on the mailing list for the Monthly Sales List, make request to:
Director, Inventory Management Division, ASCS, USDA, P.O. Box 2415, Washington, D. C.
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Commodity :Sales Price or Method of Sale


Nonfat Dry Milk UNRESTRICTED USE SALES: (instore-Carlot Quantities)

1. Market price, but not less than 78 cents per
pound for U.S. Extra Grade spray process in 50
pound bags. Sales are made under Announcement
PV-DS-2.

2. Competitive offer basis: From time to time an
invitation will be issued for competitive offers
under Announcement PV-DS-1 to purchase nonfat
dry milk which is 20 months old or older and/or
has moisture content of 4.2 percent but not more
than 5.0 percent.

Butter UNRESTRICTED USE SALES: (instore-Carlot Quantities)

Market price, but not less than 11 cents per pound
over CCC's purchase price at each location for
U.S. Grade A or higher in 60 to 68-pound blocks.
Sales are made under Announcement PV-DS-2.

Cheddar Cheese UNRESTRICTED USE SALES: (instore-Carlot Quantities)

Market price, but not less than $1.14 per pound
(standard moisture basis) for U.S. Grade A or higher
in 40 pound blocks. Sales are made under Announcement
PV-DS-2.

Rice, Rough UNRESTRICTED USE SALES: (f.o.b. warehouse)

The minimum price is the market price but not less than
the formula price. The formula price is 155% of the
1977 loan rate plus 55 cents per hundredweight. Basis of
Sale is f.o.b. warehouse as is, or at the buyers option,
basis outturn weights and grades.


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Commodity :Sales Price or Method of Sale


Peanut Domestic Use Sales
Oil (Bulk-FOB origin-Carlot Quantities)
Prime
Crude Competitive offer basis under Announcement PVP-CPO-1
with issuance of invitations by and submission of
bids to the Kansas City ASCS Commodity Office. Proof
of domestic utilization is required per Announcement
PVP-CPO-1.

Peanuts Crushing or Export Sales (Segregation 1 lots) (FOB origin)
Farmers
Stock The minimum price is the market price but not less than
the following formula price:

1. Segregation 1 lots

The formula price is 100% of the 1977 crop price
support value (prior to deduction for storage,
handling and inspection) for the applicable location
type and quality, plus the following markups:


April 2-8 $18.00 per ton

April 9-15 $19.00 per ton

April 16-22 $20.00 per ton

April 23-29 $21.00 per ton


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Commodity :Sales Price or Method of Sale


Sales are made under announcement PR-I. When stocks are
a.zi! hlp. lot lists or invitations to bid will be issued
by peanut associations for submission of competitive bids
to the Producer Associations Division. Association and
Producer Associations Division addresses are listed on the
last page of this press release.

Permissable uses of the peanuts, which are listed in more
detail in announcement PR-1, include the export of shelled
peanuts, of any type, which grade U.S. Splits or U.S. No. 1
or better or "With Splits" grades as defined in Marketing
Agreement for Peanuts No. 146, and the remaining kernels
crushed domestically or exported for crushing if fragmented
in accordance with PR-1.

Peanuts Sales for Domestic Crushing and Domestic Use of Oil
Farmers (Segregation 1, 2, and 3 lots) (FOB origin)
Stock
Competitive offer basis under Announcement PR-DCR-1.
Adjustments in the sales price will be made after
delivery per Announcement-PR-DCR-1. Proof of domestic
use of peanut oil will be required per Announcement PR-DCR-l.
For segregation 3 lots meal use restriction is subject to
PPB count for aflatoxin.

When stocks are available, lot lists or invitations to
bid will be issued by peanut associations for
submission of bids to the Producer Associations Division.
Association and Producer Associations Division addresses
are listed on the last page of this press release.


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USDA AGRICULTURAL STABILIZATION AND CONSERVATION SERVICE OFFICES:

Feed Grains, wheat, rye and oilseeds are sold by the Commodity Office and Branch
offices as listed below. Cotton, rice, dry edible beans, dairy products, honey,
and tung oil are sold only by the Commodity Office. Peanuts are sold by the
Producer Associations Division.

SALES OFFICES: Addresses, Telephone and sales areas

Kansas City ASCS Commodity Office 2400 West 75th Street (P.O. Box 8377)
Shawnee Mission, Kansas 66208: Telephone: Area Code 816-926-6421 (Grain),,
6140 (Dairy), 6425 IRice).

Domestic and Export Sales Alaska, Arizona, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware,
Georgia, Hawaii, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Maine, Maryland,
Massachusetts, Michigan, Missouri, Nebraska, New Hampshire, New Jersey,
New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island,
South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia, Vermont, West Virginia and Wyoming.


Branch Office -


Houston ASCS Branch Office, 2550 North Loop West
Suite 525
Houston, Texas 77018
P.O. Box 94175
Telephone: Area Code 713, 226-5871


Domestic and Export Sales Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Louisiana,
Mississippi, Oklahoma, and Texas.


Branch Office -


Minneapolis ASCS Branch Office, 310 Grain Exchange Bldg.
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55415
Telephone: Area Code 612, 725-2051


Domestic and Export Sales Minnesota, Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota,
and Wisconsin.


Branch Office -


Portland ASCS Branch Office, Room 832
Federal Building
1220 S.W. 3rd Avenue
Portland, Oregon 97204
Telephone: Area Code 503, 221-2715


Domestic and Export Sales California, Idaho, Nevada, Oregon, Utah and Washington.

Producer Associations Division P.O. Box 2415
Washington, D. C. 20013
Telephone: Area Code 202, 447-4318


Peanut Association Addresses
GFA Peanut Association
Telephone: Area Code 912, 336-5241

Peanut Growers Cooperative Marketing Assn.
Telephone: Area Code 804, 562-4103

Southwestern Peanut Growers Association
S Telephone: Area Code 817, 734-2222


Camilla, GA 31730


Franklin, VA 23851


Gorman, TX 76454


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