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[75 Stat. 301]
[75 Stat. 301]
PUBLIC LAW 87-000—MMMM. DD, 1961

76 S T A T. ]

PUBLIC LAW 87-128-AUG. 8, 1961

age of such wheat produced during such two-year period plus the number of acres by which the allotment is increased. Any increases in wheat acreage allotments authorized by this subsection shall be in addition to the National, State, and county wheat acreage allotments, and such increases shall not be considered in establishing future State^ county, and farm allotments. The provisions of paragraph (6) of Public Law 74, Seventy-seventh Congress (7 U.S.C. 1340(6)), and section 326(b) of this Act, relating to the reduction of the storage amount of wheat shall apply to the allotment for the farm established without regard to this subsection and not to the increased allotment under this subsection. As used in this subsection the term 'durum wheat' means durum wheat (class II) other than the varieties known as 'Golden Ball' and 'Peliss'. Any farm receiving an increased allotment under this subsection shall not be required as a condition of eligibility for price support, or permitted, to participate in the special 1962 wheat program formulated under section 124 of the Agricultural Act of 1961. The Secretary shall give growers and millers of durum wheat and manufacturers of semolina products an opportunity to present their views and recommendations, prior to making any determination hereunder."

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55 Stat. 204; 52 Stat. 51. 7 USC 1326. "Durum w h e a t. "

SUBTITLE C—1962 FEED GRAIN PROGRAM

SEC. 131. Section 105(c) of the Agricultural Act of 1949 is amended by adding the following new paragraphs (3) and (4): "(3) The level of price support for the 1962 crop of corn shall be established by the Secretary at such level not less than 65 per centum of the parity price therefor as the Secretary may determine. Price support for corn, grain sorghums, and barley shall be made available on not to exceed the normal production of the 1962 acreage of com, grain sorghums, and barley of each eligible farm based on its average yield per acre for the 1959 and 1960 crop acreage. "(4) The Secretary shall require as a condition of eligibility for price support on the 1962 crop of com and grain sorghums that the producer shall participate in the special agricultural conservation program for 1962 for com and grain sorghums to the extent prescribed by the Secretary and (except in the case of a producer of malting barley as hereinafter described) shall not knowingly devote an acreage on the farm to barley in excess of the average acreage devoted on the farm to barley in 1959 and 1960. The Secretary shall require as a condition of eligibility for price support on the 1962 crop of barley that the producer shall participate in the special agricultural conservation program for 1962 for barley to the extent prescribed by the Secretary and shall not knowingly devote an acreage on the farm to corn and grain sorghums m excess of the average acreage devoted on the farm to corn and grain sorghums in 1959 and 1960: Provided, That no producer of malting barley shall be required to participate in the special agricultural conservation program for 1962 for barley if such producer has previously produced a malting variety of barley, plants barley only of an acceptable malting

7 USC 144lnote. Price support.