Annual Report of the Ohio State Board of Agriculture, Volume 67, Part 1912

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Page 630 - Cottonseed meal is a product of the cottonseed only, composed principally of the kernel with such portion of the hull as is necessary in the manufacture of oil ; provided that nothing shall be recognized as cottonseed meal that do'es not conform to the foregoing definition and that does not contain at least 36 per cent of protein.
Page 44 - I cannot say, and I will not say That he is dead. He is just away ! With a cheery smile, and a wave of the hand, He has wandered into an unknown land, And left us dreaming how very fair It needs must be, since he lingers there.
Page 628 - Flax plant by-product is that portion of the flax plant remaining after the separation of the seed, the bast fiber and a portion of the shives. and consists of flax shives, flax pods, broken and immature flax seeds and the cortical tissue of the stem.
Page 617 - ... shall be accompanied by or shall have affixed to each and every package in a conspicuous place on the outside thereof, a plainly printed statement which shall certify as follows: 1. The number of pounds in the package.
Page 628 - OAT PRODUCTS. Oat Groats are the kernels of the oat berry. Oat Hulls are the outer chaffy coverings of the oat grain. Oat Middlings are the floury portions of the oat groat obtained in the milling of rolled oats. Oat Shorts are the covering of the oat grain lying immediately inside the hull, being a fuzzy material carrying with it considerable portions of the fine floury part of the groat obtained in the milling of rolled oats.
Page 629 - Shipstuff or Wheat Mixed Feed is a mixture of the products other than the flour obtained from the milling of the wheat berry. Red Dog is a low grade wheat flour containing the finer particles of bran.
Page 627 - Malt sprouts are the sprouts of the barley grain. If the sprouts are derived from any other malted cereal, the source must be designated. BUCKWHEAT PRODUCTS Buckwheat shorts or buckwheat middlings are that portion of the buckwheat grain immediately inside of the hull after separation from the flour.
Page 628 - Cracklings are the residue after partially extracting the fats and oils from the animal tissue. If they bear a name descriptive of their kind, composition or origin, they must correspond thereto. Digester tankage is the residue from animal tissue exclusive of hoof and horn, specially prepared for feeding purposes by tanking under live steam, drying under high heat, and suitable grinding. If it contains any considerable amount of bone, it must be designated digester meat and bone tankage. Distillers'...
Page 628 - Meal is the clean, sound, ground product of the entire grain, cereal or seed which it purports to represent. Chop is a ground or chopped feed composed of one or more different cereals or by-products thereof. If it bears a name descriptive of the kind of cereals, it must be made exclusively of the entire grains of those; cereals. Screenings...
Page 618 - Upon the granting of such application and the payment of such fee said board shall issue a license for the current year. All licenses shall expire on the thirty-first day of December of each year.

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