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It has been in effect since February 12, 2020.
Last amendment included: M.R. 8/2020
Chicken Broiler Administration Fee Regulation, M.R. 45/2013
« Chicken Broiler Administration Fee Regulation », R.M. 45/2013
The Farm Products Marketing Act, C.C.S.M. c. F47
NOTE: This regulation was enacted in English only.
Registered March 28, 2013
This regulation is made under the Manitoba Chicken Broiler Producers Marketing Plan Regulation, Manitoba Regulation 246/2004 and is Regulation No. 2, 2012 of Manitoba Chicken Producers.
Fee imposed on producers
1 A fee is imposed on each producer of 1.65 cents per kilogram (live weight) of chicken broiler marketed by the producer.
Time of imposition of fee
2 The fee imposed under this regulation shall be due and payable by the producer to this board at the time and place of marketing of the chicken broiler by the producer.
Processor's obligation to deduct and to remit
3 Each processor shall at the time it takes delivery of chicken broiler deduct from the monies payable for such chicken broiler all fees payable by the producer to this board and shall forward such fees to this board at its office,1357 Kenaston Boulevard, Winnipeg, Manitoba, not later than seven days following the fifteenth and the last day of each month.
Producer's obligation to remit if not deducted
4 Every producer shall pay to this board at its office, 1357 Kenaston Boulevard, Winnipeg, Manitoba, all fees payable by the producer under this regulation in respect of chicken broiler marketed by the producer in any week that were not deducted and forwarded to this board by the person who received the chicken broiler from the producer, not later than seven days from the last day of the week in which such chicken broiler was marketed.
Non-application of regulation
5 This regulation does not apply to the marketing of chicken broilers less than 10 days old.
6 The Chicken Broiler Administration Fee Regulation, Manitoba Regulation 11/2010, is repealed.
Coming into force
7 This regulation comes into force on December 30, 2012, or on the day it is registered under The Regulations Act, whichever is later.
December 19, 2012Manitoba Chicken Producers:
Jake Wiebe, Chair
Wayne Hiltz, General Manager
March 14, 2013Manitoba Farm Products Marketing Council:
Ken Caldwell, Chair
Debora Durnin-Richards, Secretary