2011 Hawaii Code
DIVISION 1. GOVERNMENT
TITLE 11. AGRICULTURE AND ANIMALS
155D. Livestock Revitalization Program
[ §155D-1] Definitions. As used in this chapter:
"Administrative costs" means costs associated with reviewing, approving, and recording expenditures and completing any reporting requirements associated with the grant program.
"Department" means the department of agriculture.
"Milk" means the lacteal secretion, practically free from colostrums, obtained by the milking of healthy cows normally produced or marketed through the channels of the fluid milk trade.
"Poultry products" means chicken eggs, uncooked in shell, egg-laying chicks, meat bird chicks, pullets, broilers, fryers, and laying chicken hens.
"Qualified producer" means any person that at the time of application for and disbursement of funds under this chapter is in the business of producing:
(1) Milk from a herd, located in Hawaii, of not less than three hundred fifty cows;
(2) Poultry products from a flock, raised and located in Hawaii, of not less than three thousand birds;
(3) Pork from a herd, raised and located in Hawaii, of not less than fifty sows; or
(4) Beef, that is grown, slaughtered, processed, and marketed in Hawaii. Producers who finish at least one hundred head of beef cattle annually shall be eligible for this program. [L 2007, c 221, pt of §2]
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