Pennsylvania Statutes Title 3 P.S. Agriculture

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  • Chapter 1. Agricultural or Horticultural Exhibitions
  • Chapter 2. Standards for Farm Products and Receptacles Therefor
  • Chapter 3. Dealers in Farm Produce
  • Chapter 4. Adulteration or Misbranding and Related Matters
  • Chapter 5. Trees, Plants, and Plant Diseases
  • Chapter 5B. Christmas Tree Removal and Sale
  • Chapter 5C. Plant Pest Act
  • Chapter 7. Domestic Animals
  • Chapter 7A. Rabies Prevention and Control in Domestic Animals and Wildlife Act
  • Chapter 8. Dogs and Cats
  • Chapter 9. Strays
  • Chapter 10. Stallions and Jacks
  • Chapter 12. Drainage of Marsh Lands
  • Chapter 13. Federal Farm Relief
  • Chapter 14. Agricultural Conservation
  • Chapter 14A. Agricultural Area Security
  • Chapter 14B. Protection of Agricultural Operations from Nuisance Suits and Ordinances
  • Chapter 16. Weather Modification
  • Chapter 17. Administration of Commonwealth Farmland
  • Chapter 18. Agricultural Development Act
  • Chapter 19. Poultry and Egg Contracts
  • Chapter 20. Pennsylvania Agricultural Fair Act
  • Chapter 21. Agriculture and Rural Youth Development Act
  • Chapter 22A. Agriculture-Linked Investment Program
  • Chapter 24. Farm Safety and Occupational Health Act
  • Chapter 25. Agricultural By-Product Management Technology Act
  • Chapter 25A. Commercial Manure Hauler and Broker Certification Act
  • Chapter 26. Sustainable Agriculture Act
  • Chapter 27. Agricultural Law Resource and Reference Center Act
  • Chapter 28. Drought, Orchard and Nursery Indemnity and Flood Relief Act
  • Chapter 30. Farmers' Market Development Act
  • Chapter 31. Healthy Farms and Healthy Schools Act

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