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Alabama Code Title 2. Agriculture

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  • Chapter 1. General Provisions
  • Chapter 2. Commissioner of Agriculture and Industries
  • Chapter 3. Board of Agriculture and Industries
  • Chapter 3A. Alabama Agricultural Development Authority
  • Chapter 4. State Veterinarian, Assistant State Veterinarians, and State Livestock Inspectors
  • Chapter 5A. Farmers’ Market Authority
  • Chapter 6. Agricultural Center
  • Chapter 6A. Farm Crisis and Transition Program
  • Chapter 6B. The Alabama Family Farm Preservation Act
  • Chapter 7. Fairs and Exhibits
  • Chapter 8. Promotion of Agricultural Industries and Products
  • Chapter 9. Special Funds Relating to Agriculture
  • Chapter 10. Cooperatives and Associations
  • Chapter 11. Marketing, Grading, and Standards of Farm Products and Fish
  • Chapter 12. Eggs
  • Chapter 13. Milk and Dairy Products
  • Chapter 14. Honeybees and Apiaries
  • Chapter 15. Livestock
  • Chapter 16. Poultry Generally
  • Chapter 17. Meat and Poultry Inspection
  • Chapter 17A. Rabbit Meat and Rabbit Meat Food Products
  • Chapter 18. Poultry Meat Grading
  • Chapter 19. Cotton
  • Chapter 20. Corn, Oats, Rye, Wheat, Barley, and Cotton Seed Hulls
  • Chapter 21. Commercial Feeds
  • Chapter 22. Fertilizer
  • Chapter 23. Agricultural Liming Materials
  • Chapter 24. Soil-Testing Laboratories
  • Chapter 25. Plants and Trees
  • Chapter 26. Seeds
  • Chapter 27. Pesticides
  • Chapter 28. Entomology, Plant Pathology, Horticulture, Floriculture, and Tree Surgery
  • Chapter 29. Sale of Farm Produce by Commission Merchants
  • Chapter 30. Agricultural Research, Experimental and Extension Work
  • Chapter 31. Grain Dealers
  • Chapter 32. Promotion of Ratite Industry

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