minimum price contract

Definition of "minimum price contract"
  1. A combined commercial forward contract for farm goods that promises the minimum selling price to the farmer, which helps mitigate potential price risks
How to use "minimum price contract" in a sentence
  1. Under the minimum price contract, the farmer can ensure he gets a certain price for his wheat yield.
  2. Thanks to the minimum price contract, the apple grower didn't have to worry about their finances if the market price plummeted.
  3. While signing a minimum price contract, the corn producer could guarantee a baseline income from her crops.

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