Off Grades of Grain and Grades of Screenings Order (C.R.C., c. 890)

Regulations are current to 2017-11-06 and last amended on 2013-08-01. Previous Versions

Sample Feed Grain

  •  (1) A mixture of western grain that contains cereal grains and other materials, and that, because of being so mixed, does not qualify for any established grade or off grade shall, if it has the qualities set out in subsection (2), be graded “Sample Feed Grain”.

  • (2) Sample Feed Grain shall

    • (a) have as its predominating component any class of cereal grain in whole, broken, hulled or hulless form;

    • (b) be practically free of all material that passes through a 4½/64 inch round-hole sieve; and

    • (c) contain not more than

      • (i) 50 per cent broken grain,

      • (ii) 1/3 of one per cent ergot,

      • (iii) five per cent heated kernels,

      • (iv) 49 per cent wild oats,

      • (v) three per cent large weed seeds,

      • (vi) 10 per cent unthreshed wheat heads,

      • (vii) four per cent knuckles and straw,

      • (viii) 10 per cent in the aggregate of unthreshed wheat heads, large weed seeds, knuckles and straw,

      • (ix) 50 per cent in the aggregate of wild oats, large weed seeds, unthreshed wheat heads, knuckles and straw,

      • (x) 0.1 per cent stones, or

      • (xi) five per cent flaxseed.

  • SOR/93-363, s. 2(F).
 
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