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~4-16tian covers current pertinent regulations issued by the
A- ftd'nl st ratia h on or-before Novembe'r 10, 1944. The first seer
'J.1 :,tuprocessed agricultural commodities for which maximum
41 1t ished. The second section lists primary products of
I tits.e for which there is no price control in the raw or
B1.."e n0 wber of the regulation and its effective date are
wasf foll.itfhg each item, Amendments that effect nrice changes
ar '........atlons..that were signed by the Secretary of Agriculture
od. Admlinistrator are marked "APPROVD,."
1; ,*~ Io AGRICULTURAL C01M4ODITIES
*' .7 Price Ceiling

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?er : :: ..e wt, live weight at Chicago: $14.75 for hogs weighing 270
,.-"-i ds or less; $14i.oo00 for hogs weighing nore than 270 pounds.
er for location-.and ty.e of selling -lace. Exein-
':t::.i:'t. f 'hogs weighing less than 140 Dounds sold for feeding for
t'S.- 4. .More that 1 month, hogs sold for breeding or serum, hogs sold
:u;4' n"te.d econtinental United States, and hogs sold by farm youth
.. :::. :.. ganizatiozs at exhibitions (MPH 469, effective 10-4-43,
.R:"OV.'..'; 'iAm. 6, 5-15-44;- Am. 10, 10-30.-44).
8, L ..%Xdy payments to slaughterers per live cwt.: choice, $1.00;
o:ot.8. :$I.. commercial, $. 90; utility, cutter and canner, and
H:: %l o.. grna. tbull $.50 (effective 12.-18-43); additional payment of
,S: '' '." ,o0 per .wt,-.to slaughterers who do not process beef, from
::1: .I ...catit-e slaughtered after 11-1-43. These payments will be made
on;::;:^ \ly on "condition that *the slaughterer has paid, on an average,
1:.'- t h*te" following live cattle prices per cwt.. at Chicago, with
ii.:... ... erentiais:for- other locations; choice, $15-416; good,
.*i. : $.75-$1.25; commercial, $12-$13; utility, $10-$11; cutter
0I.- $ L an canner, $7.25-$5.25; bologna bulls, $8.50-9.50. (Joint
,S:' ;' t '.'der-of Office of. Price Administration and War Fnod Administra-
te;ftion,: 12-1 43). ) /
.P: r 7 sales e xcept at retail, per pound, live *Jghq Grade I, 4
lai:/::tl'o-agc: 'broilers, fryers, roasters, and litt capon. 27-1/2
:,: o at.; ..heavycaos, 31 cents.; fowl, 24 cents;, stags and old .
^^ tn, 20 dtents-1- Differentials for other 'ociktoAskhades.
"... a.. b rpioducers to ulti!mate consumer.,. Monthly adjust-
q.. 6base tirier Jantary-June of each yeaf. Chickens for
... :.:' .priddittiton and baby or starte(f/chicks exemriat.
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Crude, f.O.tz. apiary, )pr pound: Cash price, 41-1/2 cents; trade
DricA, 43-1/2 cents. (ZPR 264, effective 11-13-42).



Base price of kl.20 per bushel for No. 2 (Standard Grade), bulk,
at terminal points of Chicago and Milwaukee plus differentials for
other grades, kinds, qualities, and locations. (FPR 2, SUDD. 3
effective 8.--44, APPROVED).


Maximum -orice for sales by producer of all corn, per bushel bulk,
at farm where grown, is the base price at nearest interior rail or
barge loading point less 4 cents ner bushel. Seed exempt. (2nd
RIVPR 346, effective 12-6-43; Am. 1, 2-21-44, APPROVED).

?or Nos. 1 and 2 and otherwise standard merchantable quality, for
s any variety, bulk, on track, oer-cwt. net: Fort Worth and Houston,
$2.40; Kansas City, $2.36; Los Angeles and San Francisco, $2.74.
Differentials for other grades, kinds, and quantities. Seed
exempt. (MPR 511, effective 2-4-44, APPROVED).

7.6 cents for No. 3 with test weight of 27 pounds per bushel, in
bulk, at terminal base points of Chicago, Milwaukee, and St.
Louis. Differentials for other grades, kinds, qualities, and
locations. (FPR 2, Supn. 2, 7-26-44, APPROVED).

Per net cwt., f.o.b. shipping point: $3.68, unshelled; $6.00
shelled. (MPR 502, effective 12-24-43, APPROVED).


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For Blue Rose, Southern Pearl, Zenith and Arkansas-Rose, produced
ih States other than California, bulk, not more than 17 percent
moisture: $6.15 per barrel or $1.708 per bushel, f.o.b, country
shipping -point. For price at point of production, deduct from
country shining point -rice the transportation charges from the
point of production to the nearest shinning point. Differen-
tials for other varieties. Senarate schedule for California.
(MPR 518, effective 4-15-44, APPROVED; Am. 3, 10-21-44, APPROVED).

$1.72-7/V noer bushel for No. 1 red-winter wheat at Chicago and
St. Louis; kl.63 for No. 1 hard winter wheat at Kansas City,
Missouri; $1.64-7/8 for No. 1 heavy dark northern spring wheat at
Minneapolis. These prices include' commission man's charge of
1-1/2 cents. Differentials for other locations, grades, and
-protein content. (RMPR 487, effective 1-4--44). .



























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.rt-l 4S's, ]$5.0-; May-Oct.,. $5.57. Differ.ential's for other styles;
i MPR 426, Am. 19., effective -23-45..4, APPROVED). ...
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V z in. California and Arizona, 1-2/5 bushels, f.o.b. shipping
E t state.4 Iov. 16-April $3.95; -May-Qv. 15, $.530.
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.A~ : r *tates'*(.ex*Cerpt !!Indian River" oranges) 1-3/5
i'dT.',hipping point in Florida and Texas' Sept.-Feb., .:
lst 53'.-froBm ~November 6. through December 31, 1944 for those
rAte ..in Florira); Mar.-Aug., 3.75. Produced in Florida
yi; sto "Indian River" orniges, 1-5/5 bushels, f;op.b; shipping poi.b
aft. $55t'4- b. $3 $45g9 ,4 from November 6 through December-31, 19441
SiI';$4--.1n.,': Bif'feentials for othet styles of 'pack. @fl
'. 9, efe.otive 2-2 53 -44, APPROVED; Am. 69, 11-6-44, APPROVTm

:.. v ,:-cxn .. ..1tr .gbipping point: In:Gulf States,' North and South- .
ta s. c tAra ;'per. standard bshel, through
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t. 3Z^ u $WaOOtgast 16 to end of season; $3.66;. Roc4y
^jla^^ l^lf'''-^^y^ 'Test coast area per "box
>4hiit tea~.0a per -stankard-bushel, h3-.36; 1est coast area per box
f bt.1e:at haft 17 pounds-a not more .thon 19, $1.49; all other
OS2ai s-'uVbr etanaaLrd bushel, $3.66. Differentipals for other coin- -
>ij,. 1 0e.o a lo ces for distributive-servioes. (ifR 426, Am.
K... "'. f5lective 7-15-4, APPR0VEo ; An., 5)4, 9-1-44, APPROVED).. :"
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&,l fom, e t, 50 -pid, ,oug tp t embr 10e 10,
k.: ont ceaep to an April price ,$*.6o; thou :
OIL so:. remdni g counties' of Oregon per box "....
Wor ixe tha S. Pounds trout) septomb-r 10,
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.941 crop, o0 prunes per pound: $170 per ton, California 3-district
$ib5, -California outside mand northwest. Differentials for other
on, sites. (1iR .461, effective S-2S-43, APPROVED).
d 144 crop 80 pru-nes per pound: $200 per ton, California 3-dis-
tict; $195, California outside and Northwest. Differentials for
other sizes. (IWPR 557, effective 9-9-44, APPROVED).

14 cro per ton: Thompson seedless, $155; Sultana, $150; Uuscat,
S 165; golden-bleached (extra choice color), sulphur-bleached (fancy
on, color), and soda-dipped (choice color) Thompson seedless, A195;
1 Valencia-type Muscat, $205; trey-slip Muscat, $10SO; Zpnte currents,
$215. (CR 461, effective 3-2S-43, APPROVED; An. 2, 10-16-43,
APPROVED).
1944 crp, per ton: Thompson seedless, and Sultana, $1gO; iuscat,
T $155; golden bleached Thompson seedless (choice color), $225;
golden bleached .(extra choice color), aric sul-jhur bleached
(fancy color), $235; Thompson seedless golden bleached, Thonpson
.seedless (fpncy color), $245; soda dipped Thompson seedless,
(choice color), $200; Valencia type 'iMscat, $252; tray slip Iuscat,
S'$210; natural Zante currants, $240. (IPR 557, effective 9-9-44,
-APROVED).

for fresh use:

Per bushel, 2S pounds or nore net, f.o.b. shipping points in
Florida and California: lHovenber'-Decenber, $3.25 ($4.s0 in
FloMida for November); January-Februeary, $3.50; March-April, $3.25;
My,: $3.00; June, $2.70; October, $2.70. Differentials for other
quantities. (&PR 426, Am. 1S, effective 1-31-44, APPROVED; An. 28,
5-5,44, APPROVED; An. 31, 6-2-4-4, APPROVED; An. 53, 9-9-44,
APPROVED; An. 67, ll-l1-44, APPROVED).

Delivered to any wholesale receiving 'Doint in any quantity in any
container, July 1-Septjmbcr 30 (v'uspcnded S,-ptenber 13-30, 1544),
-per pound: Zone 1 (La., s ss., Ala., G.-, S. C., Fla. and ?cx.),
3.3 cents; Zone 2 (Kan. Okla. -io., Ark., K;., Tynn., Va., N. C.,
Calif.', Ariz., Utah, II. Max. ev. Iyo., Mont., N. Dak., .br.,
SIdaho), 3.0 cents; Zone 3 (-l1 other States and District of
Columbia), 2.7 cents. (2PR 426, An. 3g, effective 7-10-44,
APPROVED; A 56, 9-13-44, APPROVED).

$3.00 per L.A. crate containing 72 bunches of 1 -oound each, full
tops, all seasons. (MPR 426, Am. 18, effective 1-31-44, APPROVED),


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gee Pfr ushel,. 28 pounds or more net: September-March, $3.50; April-
August, $2.80. (MPR 426, Am. 1E, effective 1-31-44, APPROVED).

::f ... r 1-1/2 bushel crate, 37 pounds or more net: January-May, $4.80o:
i.' une-July 15, $3.65, Differentials for other quantities. (MPR
y .. 426, Am. 18-, effective 1-31-44, APPROVED;. Am. 26. 5-4-44,
: APPROVED)

.""e.s I4 crop, per cwt.,-all varieties, U. S. No, 1, sacked and loaded
*i '. on carrier, except those actually sold before May 22, q1944, and
pl ...... t t those shipned from the country shinoing-points, whether
,, ,-l61d or.unsoldbefore May 18, 1944: Maine and Idaho, May 16-
',- June 15, $S3.25; Maine and -Idaho, June 16-30, $3.10; Maine and
^.-:***".Idaho. July i-l4, -no.price control; Maine and Idaho, July 15-31,
-';' '' $2.60; Maine, August 1-31, $3.30; Idaho, August 1-31, t2.40;
;. .M aine, September.l-16, $3.15, September 17-30..$2.70; Idaho,
: Se: t6ember 1-30, $2.25... Differentials for other areas, grades,
i"".:.." special. sizes and special packs or n-oackages. (.MPR 271, Am. 15s
...i. .. festivee. 5-22-44. -AP.ROVED; Am. 16, 6-6-4, APPROVED; Am. 18,
71.. "-15-44 APPBOVED;- Am. 19, l 8-1-44,. APPROVED; Am. 24, 9-l-44,
APPR' :, OVED).
:. "..:. crone, per cwt, all varieties, U. S. No. 1, sacked and loaded
,p*'Z '-..ncarrier: Maine-and Idaho: Beginning .of season-March 31, $3.95;
",,. Aril 1-15, S3.80; April 16-30, $3.60; May 1-15, $3.30; May 16-31,
tI;!! $3. 00; June 1-30. $2.80. Differentials for other areas, grades,
: m D.ecial sizesand spe.cial. nacCs or packages. (RMPR 271, Am. 27,
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.or producer sales of certified seed potatoes, fo.b, farm where
grown, per cwt.: Maine, from $3.15 in September 1Q44 to $3.75 in
'June 1945; Idaho, from $3.15 and 93.25 in September 1944 to $3.75
": d and $3.85 in June 1945. 50 cents less for war-approved seed
Vil ao" tateee. Differentials for other locations and types of sellers,
kld O (EXER 492,.effective 10-9-44, APPROVED). .

'# Per bushel, 19 pounds or more net: Septmnber-October 14, $1.15
t O c 0tober 15-November 10, $1.60; November 11-June, $1.15; July-
...... *' Aaust, to be amnounQed later. (MPR 426, Am. 18, effective
i.. "--31-44, APPROVED; Am. 63, l0-15-44, APPROVED).
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S' "50 pounds for green and 45 pounds for cured gweetpotatoes: ":..
S.. : July 15-Sejptember 10, $3.05; September 11-25, $2,50; September 26-
. -... ... November 3,. $1,90; November..-4-18, $2.20; November 19-February 3,
': '$2.60;- ehbruary 2-Ma.rch 3, $2.70; March 4-April 3, $2.90; April 4-
i.=..n 3 K.-, -5&00: May 4-July 14. $.15, Differentials for other zones
'"-' Ceint-neir-bushel mark-ups for distributive levels prior to retail.
T'.c: (M.. (ik, )a6r 44 0. effective 7--15-44, -APPROVED; Am. 55. 9-1-44.
::. 4PROvfD; Am,. 68, ;1-4-44, .APPROVZD).
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"mature kernels, per ton: v174.00 for Spanish type Southeastern;
...: 1,71.50 for Spanish -type Southwestei n; 167.50 for runner and
th- o #oer typ&e; 4180.50 for Virginia and Valencia types. Differen-
7... k; als fdr other shell-out percentages. (R.LPR 335, Am. 5, ef-
t'. fective 8-28-44, AIPROVDX

:.,'.1943 crop: 4?.,92 per bushel for U. S. Standard Ilo. 2 or better,
c ye-low-and green, 11-. percent or less moisture content. Differ-
i-wr 'ntisals for other classes and grades. Soybeans used fbr seed, '
-.." : for. use in the production of food products not involving the
1..'.... ".:1 .xtraetion of oil, sales to or by Comv odity Credit Corporation,
.".."- .nd, :sales for export -e..mpt. ('iPR 515, effective 3-1-44,
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A..: Aj4rary *distributors-in containers of more thanh 50 pounds (60
:...a.l.o.r-alamonds), in shell, per pound, f.o:b. shipping
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fPoint:. Almonds, non-pareil, 41'-l/2 cents; filberts, large
exceptt Brixnuts), 31 cents; pecans, U. S. No. 1. extra large,
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-iI tiirst quality-large, 31 cents. For dolivored sal5s: Zone I
....... of Roky Tountains), aove prices plus-actual cot of
trAn.ap qr-tatlon from shipnirg; point to destination: Zone II (east
VG:;:: f ..- Rocky mountains), 1-1/2 cents higher, dolivoerd outside city
-n-,<: *W ierlwhc rscllnur's shipping point is locatSd (within city, f.o.b.
K. :Iffl;" '-htpirig point pricb).. Diffurentials for other s rades, con-
Ai",:' ., r and for shl led nuts. For shelled, roasted or
y..^ -t '9'.d nuts at retail, highest price, Octobsr 25-30, 1943.
(WPR -^490, effective 10-18-44).

,.. ... .. j'.b. country shipping point. Husked. .6 per bag (150 pounds
f'1^ c'.r mo re),. and 4 cents per pound othir than in bags; in husks,
0f'l.s rpt ba.g,'-and 2-1/2 cents pbr pound othJr than in bags.
.: 505, effe-tive. 1 31 -44; Am'. 1, 2-15-44).

"A .tgo eta .. prdce of 'each seller, October 25-30, 1943. (FiPR 490,
C~mta G_ 108 1-44)
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i .... gtrWer, 45 cents,. furnished.by farmer-producer, 52 cents,
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:,. ... (mPS 1496, -effective 12-4-43, APPROVED).
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:.:.... '. bIy farmet-nroducer at farm where grown. 10 cents per pound
j :....".. above highest price January to May 1943 for all other varie-
.,.., t." .**.es,- (MPR 496, Am. 1, effective P-1g-44, APPROVED).
p '" -ighest price January to May 1943 for sales by farmer-
,.. .producer. (MPR 496, effective 1P-.- 4.3, APPROVED).

....j.... y~or sale or delivery by farmer-nroduce.r of yellow sweet
..,.:.,- -Spanish variety, per pound:. For Californria, bulbs furnished
E *. by commercial grower,. $1.00, and furnished by farmer-
...... .. producer, $1.35; for States other .than California, bulbs fur-
| t: ./ nished by commercial grower, Sl.25 and furnished by farmer-
.. .- p rod.ucer. $l.60. Differentials for other varieties. (MPH
-;496... Am0 .. effective 7-29-44, APPROVED).
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(l'";.*' Highest price January to May 1943 for sales by farmer-
... producer for all pea -seed except that grown in California
A. < which is 3/i4 cent per .pound higher. (MPR 496, Am. 1, effec-
-.- ,' ti ye ?-18-44, APPROVED).

f.oan F.or sale or delivery by farmer-producer 3ast of Mississippi
k6.:: "" River (except Wisconsin and Minnesota) per pound: Golden
.... :-.: antam, 7.5 cents; Goldet Cross Bantam, 11 cents; Country
... .. Gentleman, 16.5 cents. Differentials for other areas, (MPR
,:...4, 96, Am. 2,. effective 3-27-44, APPROVED).
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.:.0.'p.. ....roAucer, (MPR 496, effective 12-4-43, APPROVED).
i,-an 15 cents-per oound for sale by farmer-oroducer at farm where
1i .-. brownn tlISTh. P.Ce.. wi.ththe -exo-a.tion of ornces for carrot and onion seed.
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