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Old 04-03-2012, 06:15 AM   #61
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Old 04-03-2012, 08:15 AM   #62
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I wonder if anyone ever thought of how much inert ingredients that are allowed in grain product by the USDA such as cereal? I had a friend that ran a feed mill and he told me one time, that it was 4%, so think of four percent of your breakfast cereal being inert ingredients such as mouse droppings, bugs, dirt.
4% is high, but your friend is right, there are "allowable" parameters for contaminants in food..........

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I would be shocked if it was that high. 0.04% would be closer to what one large company I know of would buy, and then they would clean it and screen it several times over. But then again, that company makes food grade products, not feed grade products.
A little feces in food is actually sought after by certain gourment coffee drinkers, espcially if it is civet cat feces.

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