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Canadian Chicken Marketing Quota Regulations

Version of section 9 from 2010-11-26 to 2015-10-15:


 The Provincial Commodity Board of a province must allot federal quotas to producers in the province in such manner that the aggregate of the following numbers of kilograms of chicken that is produced in the province, and authorized to be marketed, during the period referred to in the schedule will not exceed the applicable number of kilograms of chicken set out in column 2 of the schedule in respect of the province for that period:

  • (a) the number of kilograms of chicken authorized to be marketed by producers in interprovincial or export trade under federal quotas allotted on behalf of CFC by the Provincial Commodity Board;

  • (b) the number of kilograms of chicken authorized to be marketed by producers in intraprovincial trade under provincial quotas allotted by the Provincial Commodity Board; and

  • (c) the number of kilograms of chicken anticipated to be marketed by producers under quota exemptions authorized by the Provincial Commodity Board.

  • SOR/2010-268, s. 2(F)
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