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Part 3 — Standard Classification System
Section IV — Special Industry Classification Procedures

3. Farms-Ca.Only

a. Definition
A farm, for classification purposes, shall be defined as any parcel or parcels of land used
for the purpose of agriculture, horticulture, viticulture, dairying, stock or poultry raising as
a business or commercial venture. This definition does not include the operation or maintenance
of properties that feature growing and/or raising of crops or farm animals for
non-commercial purposes.
b. Payroll Division
Division of payroll shall be made for each separate and distinct type of commercial farm
operation, provided separate records of payroll are maintained, notwithstanding any
other provision contained herein.
Payroll may be divided based upon acreage, an employee’s time, or other reasonable
methods.
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Part 3 — Standard Classification System
Section IV — Special Industry Classification Procedures

3. Farms-Ca.Only

a. Definition
A farm, for classification purposes, shall be defined as any parcel or parcels of land used
for the purpose of agriculture, horticulture, viticulture, dairying, stock or poultry raising as
a business or commercial venture. This definition does not include the operation or maintenance
of properties that feature growing and/or raising of crops or farm animals for
non-commercial purposes.
b. Payroll Division
Division of payroll shall be made for each separate and distinct type of commercial farm
operation, provided separate records of payroll are maintained, notwithstanding any
other provision contained herein.
Payroll may be divided based upon acreage, an employee’s time, or other reasonable
methods.
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PLEASE NOTE THAT A CONTRACTOR'S LICENSE IS NOT REQUIRED WHILE WORKING ON A FARM
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