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Fertilisers and Feeding Stuffs Act 1926

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Part IIFeeding Stuffs

Name under which Article sold.Implied Definition.
Barley mealThe meal obtained by grinding commercially pure barley, as grown.
Bean mealThe meal obtained by grinding commercially pure beans of the species faba vulgaris or phaseolus vulgaris, as grown.
Clover mealWhole clover, as grown, dried and ground, to which no other matter has been added.
Compound cakes or mealsCakes or meals (other than molasses feeds) consisting of a mixture of any article or of two or more articles mentioned in Part II of the First 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.
Cotton cakes or meals not decorticated.The residue resulting from the removal of oil from commercially pure cotton seed, not decorticated.
Cotton cakes or meals from decorticated or partly decorticated cotton seed.The residue resulting from the removal of oil from commercially pure cotton seed from which the cortex, in whole or in part, has been removed.
Dari meal; durra mealThe meal obtained by grinding commercially pure dari or durra seed.
Dried brewery grainsThe article produced by drying the residue of malted and unmalted cereals used in brewing, to which no other matter has been added.
Dried distillery grainsThe article produced by drying the residues from distillery mash-tuns, to which no other matter has been added.
Dried sugar beet residueThe article produced by drying the sugar beet residue produced in the manufacture of sugar from sugar beet.
Dried yeastAn article produced by drying yeast or yeast residues, to which no other matter has been added.
Feeding bone flourThe product obtained by grinding commercially pure steamed bone.
Feeding dried bloodBlood which has been dried, to which no other matter has been added.
Feeding meat and bone meal.The product (containing not more than 4 per cent. of salt) of grinding bone, flesh and flesh fibre (including whale meat), to which no other matter has been added.
Feeding meat mealThe product (containing not more than 4 per cent. of salt) of drying and grinding flesh and flesh fibre (including whale meat), to which no other matter has been added.
Fish meal; fish residue meal.A product obtained by drying and grinding or otherwise treating waste of fish, to which no other matter has been added.
Ground boneThe meal obtained by grinding commercially pure bone.
Ground oatsThe meal obtained by grinding commercially pure oats, as grown.
Linseed cakes or the meals of such cakes.The residue resulting from the removal of oil from commercially pure linseed.
Linseed mealThe meal obtained by grinding or crushing commercially pure linseed.
Locust bean mealThe meal obtained by grinding or crushing commercially pure locust beans.
Maize germ cake or mealThe residue resulting from the removal of oil from maize germs, to which no other matter has been added.
Maize gluten feedA by-product resulting from the removal of starch and germ from maize, to which no other matter has been added.
Maize meal; Indian mealThe meal obtained by grinding commercially pure maize or Indian corn, as grown.
Malt culmsThe rootlets and shoots arising from the screening of malt, to which no other matter has been added.
Molasses feedsAny mixture, containing not less than 10 per cent. of sugar, of an absorbent material and treacle or molasses.
Nut cakes or meals, including cocoanut, copra, palm kernel and ground nut cakes and meals.The residue resulting from the removal of oil from commercially pure nut kernels.
Pea mealThe meal obtained by grinding commercially pure peas, as grown.
Rape cake or mealThe residue resulting from the removal of oil from commercially pure rape seed.
Rice bran; rice mealThe by-product produced in milling shelled rice, to which no other matter has been added.
Soya cake or mealThe residue resulting from the removal of oil from commercially pure soya beans.
Sugar beet treacle; sugar beet molasses.A concentrated syrup product obtained in the manufacture of sugar from sugar beet, to which no other matter has been added.
Sugar cane treacle; sugar cane molasses.A concentrated syrup product obtained in the manufacture of sugar from sugar cane, to which no other matter has been added.
Wheat mealThe meal obtained by grinding commercially pure wheat, as grown.
Wheat offals; millers' offals.A product of wheat separated in the process of milling and containing not more than 4 per cent. of vegetable substances, other than wheat, extracted from wheat in the process of cleaning by the maker of the offals in the production of flour.
White fish mealA product (containing not more than 6 per cent. of oil and not more than 4 per cent. of salt) obtained by drying and grinding or otherwise treating waste of white fish, and to which no other matter has been added.

In the case of every article mentioned in this Schedule the definition of which includes the expression "commercially pure " it is implied that no other matter may be added.

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