The State of Alabama Department of Agriculture and Industries, Gin and Warehouses Section, is responsible for issuing permits for public warehouses, cotton merchants and cotton gins, as well as inspections of gins and auditing of public warehouses and licensing of Grain Dealers. Title 2 Chapter 31 of the Alabama Code defines the regulations for grain dealers. Grain dealers must stay in compliance of state grain dealer laws and obtain a surety bond In the event the grain dealer fails to pay the producer for the product sold. In the event of non-payment, the producer may file a claim against the bond.
The premium that you pay for an Alabama Grain Dealer Bond is dependent on personal credit and the bond amount needed. Personal and/or business financial statements will be required for bond amounts over $50,000.
Alabama grain dealer permits must be renewed every year by October 1.
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