1362 Milk removals 82 Stat, 750. 7 USC 45Oj.
PUBLIC LAW 91-524-NOV.. 30, 1970
(b) The first sentence of section 1 of said Act is amended by inserting, "and manufacturers of dairy products who have been directed since the date of enactment of the Agricultural Act of 1970 to remove their dairy products,'* after "milk", and the second sentence is revised to read: "Any indemnity payment to any farmer shall continue until he has been reinstated and is again allowed to dispose of his milk on commercial markets.". TITLE III—WOOL
Price supports 68 Stat. 910; 79 Stat. 1188; 82 Stat. 996. 7 USC 1782.
SEC. 301. The National Wool Act of 1954, as amended, is amended as follows: (1) Designate the first two sentences of section 703 as subsection " (a) ", and, m the second sentence, delete "1970" and substitute "1973". (2) I n the third sentence of section 703, delete the portion beginning with "The support price for shorn wool shall be" and ending with ^'•Provided further. That the" and substitute "The", designate the third sentence as subsection " (b) ", change the period at the end thereof to a colon and add the following: 'Provided, That for the three marketing years beginning January 1, 1971, and ending December 31, 1973, the support price for shorn wool shall be 72 cents per pound, grease basis.". (3) Designate the fourth and fifth sentences of section 703 as subsection " (c) ", change the period at the end of the fifth sentence to a colon and add the following: 'Provided,, That for the three marketingyears beginning January 1, 1971, and ending December 31, 1973, the support price for mohair shall be 80.2 cents per pound, grease basis.". (4) Designate the sixth sentence of section 703 as subsection " (d) ". (5) Designate the last sentence of section 703 as subsection " (e) ". TITLE IV—WHEAT
Price support levels. 79 Stat. 1203. 7 USC 144Sa. Loans and purchases, availability.
Post, p. 1363. Marketing certificates. 79 Stat. 1202; 76 Stat. 627; 78 Stat. 180. 7 USC 1379b, 1379c. Face value.
SEC. 401. Effective only with respect to the 1971, 1972, and 1973 crops of wheat, section 107 of the Agricultural Act of 1949, as amended, is further amended to read as follows: "SEC. 10"^. Notwithstanding any other provision of law— " (a) Loans and purchases on each crop of wheat shall b3 made available at such level as the Secretary determines appropriate, taking into consideration competitive world prices of wheat, the feeding value of wheat in relation to feed grains, and the level at which price support is made available for feed grains: Provided,, That in no event shall such level be in excess of the parity price for wheat or less than $1.25 per bushel. " (b) If a set-aside program is in effect for any crop of wheat under section 379b(c) of the AgricuHural Adjustment Act of 1938, as amended, certificates, loans and purchases shall be made available on such crop only to producers who comply with the provisions of such program." SEC. 402. Effective only with respect to the 1971, 1972, and 1973 crops of wheat sections 379b and 379c of the Agricultural Adjustment Act of 1938, as amended, are further amended to read as follows: "SEC. 379b. (a) The Secretary shall provide for the issuance of wheat marketing certificates for the purpose of enabling producers on any farm for which certificates are issued to receive, in addition to the other proceeds from the sale of wheat, an amount equal to the face value of such certificates. The face value per bushel of domestic marketing certificates for the 1971, 1972, and 1973 crops of wheat shall be in such amount as, together with the national average market price I'eceived by farmers during the first five months of the marketing year