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Steven R Woodruff: Food, animal, vegetable and food preparation byproduct treatment apparatus and process. Gold Kist, Foley & Lardner, October 15, 2002: US06464875 (59 worldwide citation)

A system and method for converting animal, vegetable, and food byproduct materials into useful bio-gas and fertilizer, and/or soil amendment products has an anaerobic digester, a liquid-solids separating unit, an ammonia stripper, an ammonia absorption unit, a solids processing unit, and an equiliza ...


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James E Marion, William J Lehmberg Sr, Donald H Sherwood: Peanut hull animal litter. Gold Kist, Bacon & Thomas, October 5, 1976: US03983842 (31 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides an animal litter which has as its major ingredient peanut hulls, and as an odor suppressor, sodium bicarbonate.


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Bobby C Steele, Douglas R Barr, Charles T Hunt, James L Ayres: Solvent extraction of oil from oil seeds. Gold Kist, Bacon & Thomas, February 15, 1977: US04008210 (26 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides a method for the direct solvent extraction of oil from oil seeds to produce a low-fat proteinaceous material which comprises, wet heat conditioning oil bearing seeds to a moisture content of from 6 to 12%, flaking said wet heat conditioned oil seeds, dry heat condition ...


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Ayres James L, Peterson Jeffrey D, Palmer John R: A method of making peanut butter in sliced form. Gold Kist, November 13, 1973: US3772038 (13 worldwide citation)

Peanut butter in multi-layer sliced form suitable for refrigerator and freezer storage.


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Bobby C Steele, Douglas R Barr, Charles T Hunt, James L Ayres: Low fat peanut flour prepared by solvent extraction of oil from peanut flakes. Gold Kist Incorporated, Bacon & Thomas, February 26, 1980: US04190577 (12 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides a method for the direct solvent extraction of oil from oil seeds to produce a low-fat proteinaceous material which comprises, wet heat conditioning oil bearing seeds to a moisture content of from 6 to 12%, flaking said wet heat conditioned oil seeds, dry heat condition ...


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Kenneth Walker, David Hutchinson: Method and apparatus for transferring eggs. Gold Kist, Foley & Lardner Schwartz Jeffery Schwaab Mack Blumenthal & Evans, May 16, 1989: US04830564 (9 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for transferring eggs from an incubator flat to a hatching tray. The apparatus comprises a table, a frame pivotally mounted to the table, a main air cylinder, a rack and pinion connection between the main air cylinder and the frame, and clamping arrangements located on the fra ...


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Joel E Curtis, Thornton D Hall: Method and apparatus for field-drying harvested crops. Gold Kist, Bacon & Thomas, December 16, 1980: US04238890 (6 worldwide citation)

Apparatus for field drying harvested crops, particularly peanuts, in the form of an open-topped container having sides, ends and a bottom of wire mesh fine enough to retain the crops. Tubular wire mesh conduits extend inwardly from opposite side walls and terminate inside the container. Pivoted legs ...


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Ayres James L, Peterson Jeffery D, Steele Robert C: Cooked textured poultry product and method for preparing same. Gold Kist, Bacon & Thomas, November 4, 1975: US3917860 (6 worldwide citation)

A cooked poultry food product having the appearance and characteristics of cooked ground beef, i.e., cooked, ground hamburger meat. The product is prepared by blending raw, comminuted poultry with a textured, vegetable protein and cooking the resultant mixture in broth.


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Joel E Curtis, Thornton D Hall: Method and apparatus for field-drying harvested crops. Gold Kist, Bacon & Thomas, September 16, 1980: US04222317 (4 worldwide citation)

Apparatus for field drying harvested crops, particularly peanuts, in the form of an open-topped container having sides, ends and a bottom of wire mesh fine enough to retain the crops. Tubular wire mesh conduits extend inwardly from opposite side walls and terminate inside the container. Pivoted legs ...


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Kim M Moore: High oleic acid peanut. Gold Kist, Foley & Lardner, August 31, 1999: US05945578 (3 worldwide citation)

An Arachis hypogaea L. peanut seed, peanut plant, peanut line, peanut seed product and peanut oil having an oleic acid content of from about 80% to about 85% and a linoleic acid content of from about 1.5% to about 2.5%, each based upon the total fatty acid content of said seed and a ratio of the amo ...



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