The number is one million three hundred thousand. "USDA" is not a recognised measure.
The USDA uses a variety of measures for its quality levels. Beef, for example, is separated by purpose then quality. For slaughter cows, this includes carcass weight, muscling and fatness.
In 2007 at the most recent USDA census of agriculture, there were 14.773 million acres of Indiana being farmed on a total of nearly 61,000 individual farms. This represents a drop of 2% from the 2002 census, and is about 63% of the state's total land area.
Daily values of nutrients are set by the FDA and are consideredAnswerthe amount needed to meet the needs of all Americans.the amount required to meet the needs of a person requiring 2,000 calories.the standard amount needed to meet the needs of a young man.the amount the USDA considers "healthy".
Shelled Corn = 35.71 bu/tonEar corn = 28.57 bu/tonSoybeans = 33.33 bu/tonWheat = 33.33 bu/tonBarley = 41.67 bu/tonCotton = 62.5 bu/tonBushels per ton varies based on the commodity in question, so that's why there are different numbers shown. Numbers given are based on US grain standards set by the USDA. Numbers for other crops are available.
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USDA means U.S. Department of Agriculture
The USDA is part of the Executive Branch
USDA helps implement safe measures of food production and packaging. There would be a lot of illness and malnutrition if the USDA did not regulate the things they do.
The USDA is the United States Department of Agriculture. The USDA offers fantastic careers for many professional and non-professional fields. USDA needs everyone from janitors to accountants and lawyers. USDA especially likes engineers.
No, the USDA sticker is not on all organic foods. All foods labeled as organic must be certified by an "agent" that must be certified by USDA. Any product that is certified organic is also USDA certified organic.
The current Secretary of Agriculture, Tom Vilsack, is ultimately the "top dog" of the USDA.
USDA means the United States Department of Agriculture Approved. You should only eat meat with the USDA stamp and it should have a grade with it, like premium
The USDA's National Organic Program does have a standard symbol for products that are made with at least 95% organic ingredients - a circle with the words "USDA Organic" inside. Unfortunately, the standards in the US are not as clearly defined or enforced as elsewhere so it is always best to read the labels. The current standards can be found on the USDA's website at usda.gov.
1. What four anti-hunger programs does the USDA administrate? 1. What four anti-hunger programs does the USDA administrate?
Yes. Agricultural biotechnology is being applied by certain sectors of the USDA