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Title 7Subtitle APart 20 → Appendix


Title 7: Agriculture
PART 20—EXPORT SALES REPORTING REQUIREMENTS


Appendix A to Part 20—Commodities Subject to Reporting, Units of Measure To Be Used in Reporting, and Beginning and Ending Dates of Marketing Years

Commodity to be reportedUnit of
measure to be used
in reporting
Beginning of
marketing
year
End of
marketing
year
Wheat—hard red winterMetric TonsJune 1May 31.
Wheat—soft red winterMetric TonsJune 1May 31.
Wheat—hard red springMetric TonsJune 1May 31.
Wheat—white (incl. hard and soft white)Metric TonsJune 1May 31.
Wheat—durumMetric TonsJune 1May 31.
Wheat—Products—All wheat flours (including clears) bulgur, semolina, farina, and rolled, cracked and crushed wheatMetric TonsJune 1May 31.
Barley—Unmilled (including feed and hull-less waxy barley)Metric TonsJune 1May 31.
Corn—Unmilled (including waxy, cracked—if 50% whole kernels)Metric TonsSept. 1Aug. 31.
Rye—UnmilledMetric TonsJune 1May 31.
Oats—UnmilledMetric TonsJune 1May 31.
Grain Sorghum—UnmilledMetric TonsSept. 1Aug. 31.
SoybeansMetric TonsSept. 1Aug. 31.
Soybean Cake and MealMetric TonsOct. 1Sept. 30.
Soybean Oil—including: Crude (including degummed), once refined, soybean salad oil (including refined and further processed by bleaching, deodorizing or winterizing), hydrogenated, packaged oilMetric TonsOct. 1Sept. 30.
FlaxseedMetric TonsJune 1May 31.
Linseed Oil—including raw, boiledMetric TonsJune 1May 31.
CottonseedMetric TonsAug. 1July 31.
Cottonseed Cake and MealMetric TonsOct. 1Sept. 30.
Cottonseed Oil—including crude, once refined, cottonseed salad oil (refined and further processed by bleaching, deodorizing or winterizing), hydrogenatedMetric TonsOct. 1Sept. 30.
Sunflowerseed Oil crude, once refined, sunflowerseed salad oil (refined and further processed by bleaching, deodorizing or winterizing), hydrogenatedMetric TonsOct. 1Sept. 30.
Cotton—American Pima—Raw, extra-long stapleRunning BalesAug. 1July 31.
Cotton—Upland—Raw, staple length 1116 inches and overRunning BalesAug. 1July 31.
Cotton—Upland—Raw, staple length 1 inch up to 1116 inchesRunning BalesAug. 1July 31.
Cotton—Upland—Raw, staple length under 1 inchRunning BalesAug. 1July 31.
Rice—long grain, rough (including parboiled)Metric TonsAug. 1July 31.
Rice—medium, short and other classes, rough (including parboiled)Metric TonsAug. 1July 31.
Rice—long grain, brown (including parboiled)Metric TonsAug. 1July 31.
Rice—medium, short and other classes, brown (including parboiled)Metric TonsAug. 1July 31.
Rice—long grain, milled (including parboiled)Metric TonsAug. 1July 31.
Rice—medium, short and other classes, milled (including parboiled, brewer's rice)Metric TonsAug. 1July 31.
Cattle Hides and Skins—Whole cattle hides (excluding wet blues)PiecesJan. 1Dec. 31.
Cattle Hides and Skins—Whole calf skins (excluding wet blues)PiecesJan. 1Dec. 31.
Cattle Hides and Skins—Whole kip skins (excluding wet blues)PiecesJan. 1Dec. 31.
Cattle Hides and Skins—Cattle, calf, and kip cut into croupons, crops, dossets, sides, butts and butt bend (hide equivalent) (excluding wet blues)NumberJan. 1Dec. 31.
Cattle Hides and Skins—Cattle, calf and kip, in cuts not otherwise specified; pickled/limed (excluding wet blues)PoundsJan. 1Dec. 31.
Cattle, calf and kip, Wet blues—unsplit (whole or sided) hide equivalentNumberJan. 1Dec. 31.
Cattle, calf and kip, Wet blues—grain splits (whole or sided) hide equivalentNumberJan. 1Dec. 31.
Cattle, calf and kip, Wet blues—splits, (excluding grain splits)PoundsJan. 1Dec. 31.
Beef—fresh, chilled or frozen muscle cuts/whether or not boxed1Metric TonsJan. 1Dec. 31.
Pork—fresh, chilled or frozen muscle cuts/whether or not boxed1Metric TonsJan. 1Dec. 31.

1For greater clarity, “muscle cuts” includes carcasses, whether whole, divided in half or further sub-divided into individual primals, sub-primals, or fabricated cuts, with or without bone. Carcasses which are broken down, boxed, and sold as a complete unit are muscle cuts. Total weight of carcasses reported may include minor non-reportable items attached to carcasses (e.g., hooves attached to carcasses). Meats removed during the conversion of an animal to a carcass (e.g., variety meats such as beef/pork hearts, beef tongues, etc.) are not muscle cuts nor are items sold as bones practically free of meat (e.g., beef femur bones) or fat practically free of meat (e.g., pork clear plate) removed from a carcass.

[84 FR 64704, Nov. 25, 2019]

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