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Assessment of Over-Marketing Regulations, 2009
Under the authority of the powers conferred by subparagraph 5(1)(
b)(xi) and section 6 of the Newfoundland and Labrador Chicken Marketing Scheme
, and the Natural Products Marketing Act
, the Chicken Farmers of Newfoundland and
Ron Walsh, Secretary Manager
In these regulations
"A-92" means an 8 week production period from
"A-93" means an 8 week production period from
"audit period" means 2 consecutive production periods, beginning with periods A-92 and A-93, and every subsequent consecutive 2 production periods after that;
grower" means a person who enters into an agreement with a producer who holds a production licence to raise and grow chicken for marketing to that production licence holder;
"production licence" means a licence issued by the commodity board to a producer with the assent of the minister authorizing the producer to engage in the raising and growing of a specified amount of quota in the province for commercial use, or to enter into an agreement with a contract grower to produce the same; and
Over-marketing by producer
A producer who markets in excess of 102% of the number of kilograms, live weight, of chicken indicated on that producers production licences for an audit period shall
in the year immediately following the year of over-marketing have the production quota indicated on that producers production licences reduced by one kilogram, live weight, for every kilogram of chicken, live weight, over-marketed by that producer in the previous year; and
(b) in addition to the fees, levies or charges previously imposed under the Newfoundland and Labrador Chicken Marketing Scheme , pay to the commodity board
(i) a charge of $0.44 for each kilogram marketed by the producer in the audit period in excess of 102% of the number of kilograms, live weight, of chicken indicated on that producers production licences, and
additional charge of $0.44 for each kilogram marketed by the producer in the audit period in excess of 104% of the number of kilograms, live weight, of chicken indicated on that producers production licences.
Payment of charges
Assessment of Over-Marketing Regulations
, Consolidated Newfoundland and Labrador Regulation 1171/96, are repealed.
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