Term Dairy Indemnity Programs
Code BD-2600.0300-170
Definition Programs that protect dairy farmers and manufacturers of dairy products who, through no fault of their own, are directed to remove their milk or dairy products from commercial markets because of contamination from pesticides which have been approved for use by the federal government. Dairy farmers can also be indemnified because of contamination with chemicals or toxic substances, nuclear radiation or fallout. The dairy indemnity program is available through the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA).
Created 9/18/01
Changed 1/7/10
Use References USDA Dairy Indemnity Program
See Also References Dairy Farms (BD-2600.0100-190)
Government Disaster Insurance Programs (TH-1800.2500)
Milk/Dairy Products Regulation (DF-8000.6500-550)
External Classification Terms Agricultural Economics & Farm Management (NPC K02.02)
Agricultural Programs (NTE K20)
Food/Meals (AIRS FO-200)
Food/Meals (CAN FO-200)
Insurance Benefits (NPC Y02)
Insurance Providers (NTE Y20)
Related Concepts Agriculture and Farming
Disaster Services
Financial Services/Benefits
Facet Service
Bibliographic References “Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance”, 1994, published by the General Services Administration, available through the Superintendent of Documents, Government Printing House in Washington, D.C. Also available online:

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