Agricultural Product Law and Legal Definition

According to 7 USCS § 6502 (Title7, Agriculture; Chapter 94, Organic Certification), the term "agriculture product" means “any agricultural commodity or product, whether raw or processed, including any commodity or product derived from livestock that is marketed in the United States for human or livestock consumption.”

According to 25 USCS § 3703 (2) [Title 25. Indians; Chapter 39. American Indian Agricultural Resource Management], the term agricultural product means--

“(A) crops grown under cultivated conditions whether used for personal consumption, subsistence, or sold for commercial benefit;

(B) domestic livestock, including cattle, sheep, goats, horses, buffalo, swine, reindeer, fowl, or other animal specifically raised and utilized for food or fiber or as beast of burden;

(C) forage, hay, fodder, feed grains, crop residues and other items grown or harvested for the feeding and care of livestock, sold for commercial profit, or used for other purposes; and

(D) other marketable or traditionally used materials authorized for removal from Indian agricultural lands.”

According to 15 USCS § 431 (a), [Title 15. Commerce and Trade; Chapter 12. Discrimination against Farmers' Cooperative Associations by Boards of Trade] the term agricultural products means “agricultural, horticultural, viticultural, and dairy products, food products of livestock, the products of poultry and bee raising, the edible products of forestry, and any and all products raised or produced on farms and processed or manufactured products thereof, transported or intended to be transported in interstate and/or foreign commerce.”