corn gluten feed

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Noun1.corn gluten feed - a feed consisting primarily of corn gluten
feed, provender - food for domestic livestock
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Corn gluten feed (CGF) is a co-product obtained from wet-corn milling industry which is engaged in manufacturing of starch, sweeteners, syrup, and oil from corn.
Summary: Corn gluten feed concentrates is a product of wet milling industry, which produces starch, sweeteners, oil, and high fructose syrup.
Informa Agribusiness Consulting conducted the study, which examined the economic contributions to each state and 52 congressional districts from exports of corn, barley, sorghum, ethanol, distiller's dried grains with solubles (DDGS), corn gluten feed and meal as well as the corn equivalent of meat on the U.S.
The test ingredients were: fish by-product meal (IFN 5-14-509), salmon by-product meal (IFN 5-02-012), poultry by-product meal (IFN 5-03-798), hydrolyzed feather meal (IFN 5-03-795), meat and bone meal (IFN 5-00-388), blood meal (disc dried; IFN 5-00-380), soybean meal (IFN 5-04-604), corn gluten meal (IFN 5-02-900), and corn gluten feed (IFN 5-02-903) (Table 2).
Approximately 14.3 billion gallons of the fuel were produced in 2014 (Renewable Fuels Association, Ethanol Industry Statistics), with dried distiller's grains, corn gluten feed, and corn gluten meal being the chief coproducts.
The plants have a combined production capacity of 515 million gallons per year, produce over one million tons per year of ethanol co-products such as wet and dry distillers grains, wet and dry corn gluten feed, condensed distillers solubles, corn gluten meal, corn germ, corn oil, distillers yeast and CO2.
Aventine Renewable Energy, Pekin, Illinois, is a producer and marketer of industrial and fuel ethanol and related byproducts, bioproducts and coproducts, including corn gluten feed and meal, corn germ, condensed corn distillers solubles, dried distillers grain with solubles and wet distillers grain with solubles, corn oils and yeast.
Corn gluten feed (CGF) is a by-product of the wet milling of corn for starch or the ethanol industry, and is composed primarily of corn bran and steep liquor (Scott et al., 1997).
The objective of this experiment was to determine the fermentation quality of wet corn gluten feed ensiled alone and treated with Chinese wildrye or alfalfa using different concentrations.