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GRAIN, weight. The twenty-fourth part of a pennyweight.
     2. For scientific purposes the grain only is used, and sets of weights are constructed in decimal progression, from 10,000 grains downward to one hundredth of a grain.

GRAIN, corn. It signifies wheat, rye, barley, or other corn sown in the ground In Pennsylvania, a tenant for a certain term is entitled to the way- going crop. 5 inn. 289, 258; 2 Binn. 487; 2 Serg. & Rawle, 14.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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It is also easy and more hygienic to handle spent grain than the rest." After harvest, the maggots are dried under the sun for at least two days before being ground into powder, which is used in making animal feeds.
In the current assay, Brewer's spent grain (BSG), obtained from a single lot after the filtration stage during the production of Pilsen malt pure beer, was kindly supplied by Micro Brewery Bier Hoff (Curitiba, Parana State, Brazil).
Meanwhile, Adnams of Suffolk, Otter Brewery in Devon and Purity Brewery in Warwickshire are also sending spent grain to feed cattle and pigs, while re-using hops as fertiliser.
While reviewing equipment, owner Norm LePage and Brewmaster and Director of Operations Dan Rogers realized a conveyor system would aid in the efficiency of removing spent grain from the brewing process.
Brewer's spent grain (BSG) is the main residue of brewing industry, representing around 85% of total by products generated (ALIYU; BALA, 2011).
As now written, the proposal drafted by the Food and Drug Administration implies that brewers and distillers would need to completely dry and package their spent grain before giving it to farmers.
Proximate and Ultimate Analysis of bio-oil obtained from: wheat and Barley spent grain at 460 520 and 540 oC.
That move toward greater sustainability by fueling part of its operation from the spent grain left over from the brew process has made the company the first craft brewer in the world to use the byproduct as a primary fuel source.
The Alaskan Brewing company purchased a furnace outfitted to bum spent grain, creating steam, which can power most of the brewing process, offseting energy costs by 70 percent per year.