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Title 7 Part 810 → Subpart D → §810.402

Title 7 → Subtitle B → Chapter VIII → Part 810 → Subpart D → §810.402

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Title 7 Part 810 → Subpart D → §810.402

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Title 7Subtitle BChapter VIIIPart 810Subpart D → §810.402


Title 7: Agriculture
PART 810—OFFICIAL UNITED STATES STANDARDS FOR GRAIN
Subpart D—United States Standards for Corn


§810.402   Definition of other terms.

(a) Broken corn. All matter that passes readily through a 1264 round-hole sieve and over a 664 round-hole sieve sample according to procedures prescribed in FGIS instructions.

(b) Broken corn and foreign material. All matter that passes readily through a 1264 round-hole sieve and all matter other than corn that remains in the sieved after sieving according to procedures prescribed in FGIS instructions.

(c) Classes. There are three classes for corn: Yellow corn, White corn, and Mixed corn.

(1) Yellow corn. Corn that is yellow-kerneled and contains not more than 5.0 percent of corn of other colors. Yellow kernels of corn with a slight tinge of red are considered yellow corn.

(2) White corn. Corn that is white-kerneled and contains not more than 2.0 percent of corn of other colors. White kernels of corn with a slight tinge of light straw or pink color are considered white corn.

(3) Mixed corn. Corn that does not meet the color requirements for either of the classes Yellow corn or White corn and includes white-capped Yellow corn.

(d) Damaged kernels. Kernels and pieces of corn kernels that are badly ground-damaged, badly weather-damaged, diseased, frost-damaged, germ-damaged, heat-damaged, insect-bored, mold-damaged, sprout-damaged, or otherwise materially damaged.

(e) Foreign material. All matter that passes readily through a 664 round-hole sieve and all matter other than corn that remains on top of the 1264 round-hole sieve according to procedures prescribed in FGIS instructions.

(f) Heat-damaged kernels. Kernels and pieces of corn kernels that are materially discolored and damaged by heat.

(g) Sieves—(1) 12/64 round-hole sieve. A metal sieve 0.032 inch thick with round perforations 0.1875 (12/64) inch in diameter which are 14 inch from center to center. The perforations of each row shall be staggered in relation to the adjacent row.

(2) 6/64 round-hole sieve. A metal sieve 0.032 inch thick with round perforations 0.0937 (6/64) inch in diameter which are 532 inch from center to center. The perforations of each row shall be staggered in relation to the adjacent row.

[52 FR 24418, June 30, 1987, as amended at 52 FR 24437, June 30, 1987; 52 FR 28534, July 31, 1987]