Agricultural agreements may include “trade and commerce” or “production” agreements or a combination of both. In a commercial and commercial contract, ownership of the goods remains in the hands of the farmer during production and receives the price of the product upon delivery, in accordance with the conditions agreed with the promoter. In production agreements, the promoter undertakes to provide all or part of the agricultural services and to bear the production risk, and also undertakes to pay the farmer payments for the services provided by the farmer. Agricultural services include the provision of seeds, feed, feed, chemicals, machinery and technology, advice, non-chemical equipment and other agricultural inputs.
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