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Canadian Turkey Marketing Quota Regulations, 1990 (SOR/90-231)

Regulations are current to 2020-02-11 and last amended on 2019-11-21. Previous Versions

Overmarketing

  •  (1) Where a producer markets turkey in excess of the producer’s breeder, broiler, hen or tom allotment in respect of a control period, the Commodity Board may reduce the producer’s breeder, broiler, hen or tom allotment, as the case may be, in respect of the subsequent control period by a quantity of turkey equal to that excess.

  • (2) Where a producer markets turkey in excess of the producer’s periodic breeder, broiler, hen or tom allotment in respect of a period that is a portion of a control period, the Commodity Board may reduce the producer’s periodic breeder, broiler, hen or tom allotment, as the case may be, in respect of the subsequent period by a quantity of turkey equal to that excess.

Information

 A Commodity Board shall provide the Agency with such information concerning federal quotas and allotments as the Agency may, from time to time, request.

 
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