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What are "agricultural and horticultural commodities"?
Agricultural or horticultural commodities raised for sale or for home use include:
Food crops (such as nuts, fruits, mushrooms, vegetables, and grain);
Flowers, cut flowers, trees, and shrubbery;
Animal feed or bedding, grass, vegetable, and cereal seed; and
Other crops (such as flax, cotton, tobacco, tung nuts, and medicinal herbs raised for sale or for home use.)
Last Revised: March, 2001
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