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Delaware Code Title 3. Agriculture § 6301. Powers and duties of Department

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The Department may execute contracts for the preparation, publication and dissemination of information for the promotion of the poultry industry in the State. The Department may also undertake studies on disease control, regulatory activities and various types of experimental and extension activities which may in its opinion be deemed beneficial to the poultry industry. All money expended for experimental and extension activities shall be in cooperation with the Agricultural Experimental Station and Extension Service of the University of Delaware. The Department may expend any share of the funds appropriated to its use for advertising, education and other mediums for the promotion of state poultry and poultry products, with the understanding that during periods of overproduction, decreased consumer-demand and other conditions resulting in poultry markets unfavorable to the grower, the moneys at its disposal should be used largely, if not entirely, for advertising and other sales promotional activities in the interest of state poultry and state poultry products.

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