48.1 Corn Cob Fractions is obtained by the mechanical separation of one or more fractions of corn cobs. For identification purposes the name of the fraction must be included parenthetically following the name of the product; i.e., corn Cob Fractions (Hard Woody Ring and Beeswings).
48.2 Corn Bran is the outer coating of the corn kernel, with little or none of the starchy part of germ.
48.3 Corn Feed Meal is the fine sifting obtained from screened cracked corn, with or without its aspiration products added.
48.4 Ground Corn is the entire corn kernel ground or chopped. It must contain not more than 4% foreign material. May also appear in the ingredient list of a mixed feed as Corn Meal or Corn Chop.
48.5 Cracked Corn is the entire corn kernel ground or chopped. It must contain no more than 4% foreign material.
48.8 Corn Flour is the fine sized hard flinty portions of ground corn containing little or none of the bran or germ.
This is a very long list. Contact me for info on corn products not listed here.
*It is important to note that corn has been split into many different products so give the illusion of being a secondary ingredient in dry foods (check Ground Corn and Cracked Corn for definitions). If you read the label carefully, corn is the primary ingredient in most dry foods.