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Fertilisers and Feeding Stuffs Act 1926

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Part IIFeeding Stuffs

Article.Particulars to be contained in Statutory Statement.
Barley mealNone.
Bean mealNone.
Cocoanut or copra cake or mealAmounts of oil and albuminoids (protein) respectively.
Compound cakes or meals, that is to say, any cakes or meals (other than molasses feeds) consisting of a mixture of any article or of two or more articles mentioned in this. Part of this schedule or in Part II. of the Second Schedule with any other such article or articles or with any Other substance, or any cakes or meals produced by grinding, crushing, or otherwise treating together, or by mixing together after being separately crushed, ground or otherwise separately treated, any two or more raw materials out of which such articles are produced, or any one or more of such materials with any other substance or substances.Amounts of oil, albuminoids (protein) and fibre respectively.
Cotton cakes or meals, not decorticated.Amounts of oil and albuminoids (protein) respectively.
Cotton cakes or meals from decorticated or partly decorticated cotton seed.Amounts of oil, albuminoids (protein) and fibre respectively.
Dari or durra mealNone.
Dried sugar beet residueAmounts of sugar and fibre respectively.
Feeding bone flour, or any other bone product for feeding purposes.Amounts of phosphoric acid and albuminoids (protein) respectively.
Feeding meat and bone meal, or any other product of meat (including whale meat) and bone for feeding purposes.Amounts of oil albuminoids (protein) and phosphoric acid respectively.
Feeding meat meal, or any other product of meat (including whale meat) for feeding purposes.Amounts of oil and albuminoids (protein) respectively.
Fish meal, or other product obtained by drying and grinding or otherwise treating fish or fish waste.Amounts of albuminoids (protein), phosphoric acid, oil and salt respectively.
Ground oatsNone.
Linseed cakes and the meals of such cakes.Amounts of oil and albuminoids (protein) respectively.
Linseed mealAmount of oil.
Locust bean mealNone.
Maize by-products not otherwise specifically mentioned in this schedule.Amounts of oil, albuminoids (protein) and fibre respectively.
Maize germ cake or mealAmounts of oil and albuminoids (protein) respectively.
Maize gluten feedAmounts of oil and albuminoids (protein) respectively.
Make meal: Indian mealNone.
Molasses feeds, including any feeding stuffs, composed of treacle or molasses with an absorbent, containing not less than 10 per cent. of sugar.Amounts of sugar and fibre respectively.
Oil cakes or meals not otherwise specifically mentioned in this schedule which are the product of any one undecorticated substance or seed from which oil has been removed.Amounts of oil and albuminoids (protein) respectively.
Oil cakes or meals not otherwise specifically mentioned in this schedule which are the product of any one decorticated or partly decorticated substance or seed from which oil has been removed.Amounts of oil, albuminoids (protein) and fibre respectively.
Palm kernel cake or mealAmounts of oil and albuminoids (protein) respectively.
Pea mealNone.
Rape cake or mealAmounts of oil and albuminoids (protein) respectively.
Rice bran or rice meal, or the by-product produced in milling shelled rice.Amounts of oil, albuminoids (protein) and fibre respectively.
Soya cake or mealAmounts of oil and albuminoids (protein) respectively.
Treacle or molassesAmount of sugar.
Wheat mealNone.
Wheat offals, or millers' off albAmount of fibre.

The provisions of this Part of this Schedule shall apply to any article described therein under whatever name it may be sold or offered for sale and notwithstanding that it contains a substance not mentioned in this Part of this Schedule. Amounts are to be stated as percentages of the weight of the article. Phosphoric acid is to be stated in terms of phosphoric anhydride (P2o5). Amount of albuminoids (protein) means the amount of nitrogen, other than ammoniacal or nitric nitrogen, if present, multiplied by 6-25. Wherever albuminoids are stated in accordance with the provisions of this Part of this Schedule the word " albuminoids " is to be followed by the expression " (protein) ".

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