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Maryland Code, Agriculture § 13-201

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(a) In this subtitle the following words have the meanings indicated.

(b) “Fair market value” means the value established by a contract or by the Department for a loss of grain at the time of the loss.

(c) “Grain” means:

(1) Corn;

(2) Wheat;

(3) Rye;

(4) Oats;

(5) Barley;

(6) Sorghum;

(7) Soybeans;  and

(8) Sunflowers.

(d)(1) “Grain dealer” means a person who is in the business of buying, receiving, exchanging, or storing grain from a person who grows grain.

(2) “Grain dealer” does not mean a farmer who buys, receives, exchanges, or stores grain for use in the farming business of that farmer.

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