Grain screenings (often referred to as dockage at the elevator) are the portion of a grain crop which remains after the grain has been cleaned. Screenings consist of whole and damaged kernels of the original grain along with other grains and oilseeds and weed seeds, vegetative material such as stems, pods and chaff, and dirt, dust, and other foreign material. These commercial screenings are a mixture of many sources of grains. The content and consistency of these screenings are regularly changing based on Mill operations. Screenings have good nutritional value including high protein and fibre content. Approx. 4-8 kg.
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