Grain screenings consist of dust, chaff, hulls, broken kernels, and weed seeds.  These are typically removed from wheat, barley, and oats prior to shipment.  Screenings are used in rations for growing beef cattle as well as other livestock.  They vary in quality depending on the amount of kernels present versus the other impurities.

Grain screenings

Credit: Gregory Lardy

Digital Credit: Gregory Lardy

Publisher: North Dakota State University

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Description: Grain screenings consist of dust, chaff, hulls, broken kernels, and weed seeds. These are typically removed from wheat, barley, and oats prior to shipment. Screenings are used in rations for growing beef cattle as well as other livestock. They vary in quality depending on the amount of kernels present versus the other impurities.

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