California Code, Food and Agricultural Code (Formerly Agricultural Code) - FAC

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  • General Provisions and Definitions
  • Division 1. State Administration
  • Division 2. Local Administration
  • Division 3. Expositions and Fairs
  • Division 4. Plant Quarantine and Pest Control
  • Division 5. Animal and Poultry Quarantine and Pest Control
  • Division 6. Pest Control Operations
  • Division 7. Agricultural Chemicals, Livestock Remedies, and Commercial Feeds
  • Division 8. Vessel and Aircraft Garbage
  • Division 9. Animals Generally
  • Division 10. Cattle Protection
  • Division 11. Horses, Mules, Burros, Sheep, and Swine
  • Division 12. Poultry, Rabbits, Eggs, and Egg Products
  • Division 13. Bee Management and Honey Production
  • Division 14. Regulation and Licensing of Dogs
  • Division 14.5. Regulation of Cats
  • Division 14.8. Animals
  • Division 15. Milk and Milk Products Act of 1947
  • Division 16. Certification, Processing and Canning, and Canned Foods
  • Division 17. Fruit, Nut, and Vegetable Standards
  • Division 18. Field Crops, Seeds, Seed Potatoes, One-Variety Cotton Districts, and Nursery Stock Grades and Standards
  • Division 20. Processors, Storers, Dealers, and Distributors of Agricultural Products
  • Division 21. Marketing
  • Division 22. Marketing Advisory and Promotional Agency Laws
  • Division 23. California Desert Native Plants
  • Division 24. Industrial Hemp
  • Division 25. Food Labeling

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