dry mill

dry mill

[¦drī ¦mil]
(food engineering)
A machine for processing corn consisting of a horizontal, revolving conical drum covered with metal projections, in a housing also studded with metal projections and having small perforations through which pass fine particles of hull and germ.
(mechanical engineering)
Grinding device used to powder or pulverize solid materials without an associated liquid.
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Nelson said that the farm traced these costs each month and summarized them after each stage in the process: harvest, wet milling, dry mill. "Other than the costs outlined above, some factors or categories that we need to consider when calculating production costs are informal labour agreements (ie, family labour, non-contractual work)," he added.
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Paths have been trampled through the undergrowth and the intrepid walker can discover some very fine old monuments and the bridge which used to cross the now dry mill stream which ran from Llandaff Weir to the old corn mill demolished in the 1930s when Western Avenue was built.
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