OAR 678-010-0020


“Commercial Channels” means the sale of wheat, barley, or both for use as food, feed, seed, or any industrial or chemurgic use, when sold to any commercial buyer, dealer, processor, cooperative, or to any person, public or private, who resells any wheat, barley, or both or product produced from wheat, barley, or both.


“Commission” means the Oregon Wheat Commission.


“Director” means the Director of the Oregon Department of Agriculture.


“First Purchaser” means any person, corporation, association or partnership that buys wheat from the grower in the first instance, or any lienholder, public or private, who may possess wheat, barley, or both from the grower under any lien, or any handler who receives wheat, barley, or both in the first instance from the grower for resale or processing.


“Grower” means any landowner personally engaged in growing wheat, barley, or both; a tenant of the landowner personally engaged in growing wheat, barley, or both; and both the owner and the tenant jointly, and includes a person, partnership, association, corporation, cooperative, trust, sharecropper, and any and all other business units, devices and arrangements.


“Sale” includes any pledge or mortgage of wheat, barley, or both, after harvest, to any person, public or private.


“Person” means any individual, corporation, association, partnership or joint stock company.


“Handler” means a person or other legal entity handling, marketing, or dealing wheat, barley, or both, whether as owner, agent, employee, broker, or otherwise.


“Net Paid for Weight” means all sales or bartered bushels paid for.


“Independent Third Party” refers to any organization other than the Commission and the Oregon Wheat Growers League.


“Irregular” means less than two quarters per crop year.


“Administrator” means a person employed and directed by the Commission.


“Casual Sales” Means any sale or sales of wheat, barley or both, made by the producer direct to the consumer where the total accumulated sales to all consumers during the calendar year is not more than 100 pounds.
Last Updated

Jun. 8, 2021

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