The State of Tennessee Department of Agriculture, Division of Consumer and Industry Services, oversees the licensing of public grain warehouses, Grain Dealers, commercial feed, incidental grain dealer, seed dealer, agriculture liming materials and registering of commercial fertilizer distributors. The Tennessee Code Annotated Title 43 Chapter 32 Section 101 Tennessee Commodity Dealer and Warehouse Law, defines the licensure and surety bond requirements for a grain dealer class 1 or class 2.
The premium that you pay for a Tennessee Grain Dealer Surety Bond is dependent on credit and the bond amount required. Applicants may also need to provide business and personal financial statements for bond amounts over $50,000.
Accounts, books, papers and records can be audited by the Tennessee Department of Agriculture during any normal business hours.
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