456. Covenants to consume or not to remove produce.

The removal of produce which is usually consumed on the farm, such as straw, hay and roots, may be prohibited by express covenant; but the prohibition is usually modified, for example, where it is restricted to the last year of the term1 or where the removal is permitted on condition of bringing back an equivalent in manure2. The tenant of an agricultural holding also has the right by statute, subject to certain exceptions and safeguards, to disregard the provisions of any covenant or agreement restricting his right to dispose of the produce of the holding, other than manure, without