Mixed corn.

No. 1 Mixed Corn - Shall be corn of various colors, sweet and well matured.

No. 2 Mixed Corn - Shall be corn of various colors, and sweet.

No. 3 Mixed Corn - Shall be corn of various colors, and sweet.

No. 4 Mixed Corn - Shall be corn of various colors; but shall include damp, damaged, or musty corn.

Milo-maize.

No. 1 Milo-Maize - Shall be mixed milo-maize of choice quality, sound, dry, and well cleaned.

No. 2 Milo-Maize - Shall be mixed milo-maize, sound, dry, and clean.

No. 3 Milo-Maize - Shall be mixed milo-maize, not dry, clean, or sound enough for No. 2.

No. 4 Milo-Maize - Shall include all mixed milo-maize that is badly damaged, damp, musty or very dirty.

Milo-maize that is wet or in heating condition shall not be graded.

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Kaffir corn.1

No. 1 White Kaffir Corn - Shall be pure white of choice quality, sound, dry, and well cleaned.

No. 2 White Kaffir Corn - Shall be seven-eighths white, sound, dry, and clean.

No. 3 White Kaffir Corn - Shall be seven-eighths white, not dry, clean or sound enough for No. 2.

No. 4 White Kaffir Corn - Shall be seven-eighths white that is badly damaged, damp, musty, or very dirty.

No. 1 Red Kaffir Corn - Shall be pure red corn, of choice quality, sound, dry, and well cleaned.

No. 2 Red Kaffir Corn - Shall be seven-eighths red, sound, dry, and clean.

No. 3 Red Kaffir Corn - Shall be seven-eighths red, not dry, clean, or sound enough for No. 2.

No. 4 Red Kaffir Corn - Shall be seven-eighths red that is badly damaged, damp, musty, or very dirty.

No. 1 Kaffir Corn - Shall be mixed kaffir corn of choice quality, sound, dry, and well cleaned.

No. 2 Kaffir Corn - Shall be mixed kaffir corn, sound, dry, and clean.

No. 3 Kaffir Corn - Shall be mixed kaffir corn, not dry, clean, or sound enough for No. 2.

No. 4 Kaffir Corn - Shall include all mixed kaffir corn that is badly damaged, damp, musty, or very dirty.

Kaffir corn that is wet or in heating condition shall not be graded.

Barley (Barley Association of the United States).

No. 1 Barley - Shall be sound, plump, bright, clean, and free from other grain, and not scoured nor clipped, shall weigh not less than 48 lb. to the measured bushel.

No. 2 Barley - Shall be sound, of healthy color (bright or straw color), reasonably clean and reasonably free from other grains and seeds, and not scoured nor clipped, shall weigh not less than 46 lb. to the measured bushel.

1 By some writers now spelled kafir, and written without the word "corn." See Cyclo. Amer. Agr. ii. 384, where the word "maize" is also dropped from milo. " Kafir " is used in this book by preference.

No. 3 Barley - Shall include slightly shrunken or otherwise slightly damaged barley, not good enough for No. 2, and not scoured nor clipped, shall weigh not less than 44 lb. to the measured bushel.

No. 4 Barley - Shall include barley fit for malting purposes, not good enough for. No. 3.

No. 1 Feed Barley - Shall test not less than 40 lb. to the measured bushel, shall be cool and reasonably free from other grain and seeds, and not good enough for No. 4, and may include barley with a strong ground smell, or a slightly musty or bin smell.

Rejected Barley - Shall include all barley testing under 40 lb. to the measured bushel, or barley which is badly musty or badly damaged, and not good enough to grade " feed " barley, except that barley which has been chemically treated shall not be graded at all.

Bay Brewing Barley - The grades of Nos. 1, 2, and 3 Bay Brewing Barley shall conform in all respects to the grades of Nos. 1, 2, and 3 Barley, except that they shall be of the Bay Brewing variety, grown in the far West and on the Pacific Coast.

Chevalier Barley - The grades of Nos. 1, 2, and 3 Chevalier Barley shall conform in all respects to the grades of Nos. 1, 2, and 3 Barley, except that they shall be of the Chevalier variety, grown in the far West and on the Pacific Coast.

Bay Brewing Mixed Barley - In case of admixture of Bay Brewing barley with barley of other varieties, it shall be graded according to the quality thereof, and classed as 1-2-3 Bay Brewing Mixed Barley.

Chevalier Mixed Barley - In case of admixture of Chevalier barley with barley of other varieties, it shall be graded according to the quality thereof, and classed as 1-2-3 Chevalier Mixed Barley.

Winter Barley.

No 1 Winter Barley - Shall be plump, bright, sound, and clean, free from other grain, and weigh not less than 48 lb. to the measured bushel.

No. 2 Winter Barley - Shall be sound, plump, may be stained, shall contain not more than 3 per cent of foreign matter, and weigh not less than 46 lb. to the measured bushel.

No. 3 Winter Barley - Shall include all shrunken, stained, and dirty barley, shall contain not more than 5 per cent of foreign matter, and weigh not less than 44 lb. to the measured bushel.

No. 4 Winter Barley - Shall include all barley not fit for a higher grade in consequence of being poor quality, damp, musty, or dirty; shall contain not more than 10 per cent of foreign matter, and weigh not less than 40 lb. to the measured bushel.

Sample grades - General rule.

All wheat, barley, oats, rye and corn that is in a heated condition, souring, or too damp to be safe for warehousing, or that is badly bin-burnt, fire-burnt, fire-smoked, or badly damaged, mixed with garlic, onions, or containing live weevil, exceedingly dirty, or where different kinds of grain are badly mixed with one another, shall be classed as Sample Grade, and the inspector shall make notations as to quality and condition.