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Grain

A unit of weight equivalent to one 7,000th of one pound.
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Cow dung, human waste, rabbit, goat and chicken manure can be used in the place of kitchen waste and spent grains."However, tests done show that protein content is higher if the flies are reared on spent grain.
Therefore, current assay aims at extracting, characterizing and quantifying the bioactive compounds in brewers' spent grain, determining the antioxidant capacity for different assays, evaluating fatty acids and assaying the antibacterial potential.
At McCormick, spent grains are dried for use by local farmers as animal feed.
Spent grain from the making of its award-winning beers is sent back for feed to a farm in Lee.
Spent grain is sent to a local dairy to be used as feed and a local beekeeper manages five colonies of bees used to produce a seasonal honey beer.
and pretended to stare through its arms at the stars' spent grain.
And that quick turnaround is due in large part to the installation of a customized conveyor solution provided by Michigan-based Dynamic Conveyor that efficiently removes spent grain from the mash filter.
The spent grain, a byproduct of production, is donated to Cooper's Hilltop Farm in Rochdale to feed their dairy cattle.
Asher Brewing: The company's spent grain goes to the local organic farm Frog Belly to feed livestock.
The reader is next introduced to the detailed realities of sustainability: achieving zero waste, how to use spent grain, composting, brewing with fruits and vegetables, and even growing one's own barley, hops and herbs.
For one, instructions advocate recycling the wort-chilling water, using spent grain in a compost pile, and growing your own organic ingredients.