Annual Report of the Ohio State Board of Agriculture, Volume 68, Part 1913

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Reports for 1862-66 include reports of the Ohio Pomological Society.
 

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Page 650 - Grits are the hard flinty portions of Indian corn without hulls and germ. Hominy meal, hominy feed, or hominy chop is a mixture of the bran coating, the germ and a part of the starchy portion of the corn kernel obtained in the manufacture of hominy grits for human consumption.
Page 650 - Cottonseed feed is a mixture of cottonseed meal and cottonseed hulls, containing less than 36 per cent of protein. Cold pressed cottonseed is the product resulting from subjecting the whole undecorticated cottonseed to the cold pressure process for the extraction of oil, and includes the entire cottonseed less the oil extracted. Ground cold pressed cottonseed is the ground product resulting from subjecting the whole undecorticated cottonseed to the cold pressure process for the extraction of oil,...
Page 918 - ... water basis, or in the case of liquids, the number of gallons contained therein, the name, brand or trade-mark under which it is sold, or offered for sale, the name of the manufacturer and the place or places of manufacturing same. The certificate shall state also the percentages and chemical...
Page 648 - Chop is a ground or chop 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. Meal is the clean, sound, ground product of the entire grain, cereal or seed which it purports to represent...
Page 650 - MEAL is that part of commercial shelled corn that remains after the separation of thei larger part of the starch, the germ and the bran by the processes employed in the manufacture of cornstarch and glucose. It may or may not contain corn solubles. CORN GLUTEN FEED is that portion of commercial shelled corn that remains after the separation of the larger part of the starch and the germ by the process employed in the manufacture of cornstarch and glucose. It may or may not contain corn solubles.
Page 650 - Corn Germ Meal is a product in the manufacture of starch, glucose and other corn products and is the germ layer from which a part of the corn oil has been extracted.
Page 918 - insecticide" as used in this act shall include any substance or mixture of substances intended to be used for preventing, destroying, repelling, or mitigating any insects which may infest vegetation, man or other animals, or households, or be present in any environment whatsoever. The term "Paris green...
Page 650 - Cottonseed Meal must be finely ground, not necessarily bolted, of sweet odor, reasonably bright in color, yellow, not brown or reddish, free from excess of lint, and must contain at least 38.6 per cent of protein.
Page 639 - If any purchaser of agricultural lime or limestone shall be injured by the failure of the guarantee as herein stated, the measure of such injury which the purchaser is entitled to recover from the seller shall be twice the amount that the ratio of such shortage bears to the selling price; provided, that if the amount found is less than ninetenths of the amount guaranteed the vender shall be liable to a further penalty of a fine of twenty-five dollars for the first offense and fifty dollars for each...
Page 638 - ... be fined not more than one hundred dollars for the first offense, and not more than two hundred dollars for each subsequent offense.

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