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Found 2 hits in Chapter ATCP 85

(a) It shall possess a fine and highly pleasing butter flavor.

conforms to the following: (a) It shall possess a fine and highly pleasing butter flavor. (b) It may possess a feed or culture flavor to a slight degree or cooked flavor to a definite degree, or any combination of these characteristics. (c) It shall be made from sweet cream of low natural acid to which a starter culture may or may not have been added. (d) The total allowable disratings in body, color and salt characteristics are limited to one-half (1/2). (2) Wisconsin Grade A butter conforms

Found 4 hits in Chapter ATCP 81

(1) Flavor characteristics. Wisconsin certified premium grade AA brick and muenster cheese shall be fine, highly pleasing and free from undesirable flavors and odors, except that the cheese may have a very slight feed flavor. Flavor standards are shown in the grade AA column of Table 9. The presence or absence of flavor characteristics shall be determined organoleptically by taste and smell.

(1) Flavor characteristics. The flavor of Wisconsin certified premium grade AA cheddar, granular and washed curd cheese shall be fine, highly pleasing and free from undesirable flavors and odors. The cheese may possess very slight feed flavors. Flavor standards are shown in the grade AA column of Table 1. The presence or absence of flavor characteristics in Table 1 shall be determined organoleptically by taste and smell.

(1) Flavor characteristics. Wisconsin certified premium grade AA colby and monterey (jack) cheese may be lacking in flavor development, or may possess characteristic cheese flavors. The flavor shall be fine, highly pleasing and free from undesirable flavors and odors, except it may possess a very slight feed flavor. Flavor standards are shown in the grade AA column of Table 5. The presence or absence of flavor characteristics shall be determined organoleptically by taste and smell.

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-compliance. NR 324.01 Purpose. These rules are developed pursuant to ss. 30.126 (5) (g), (j) and (6) (a) and 227.11 (2) (a) and (b), Stats., to establish minimum standards for flotation devices used on fishing rafts, for maintenance and repair of fishing rafts to ensure an aesthetically pleasing appearance and to reduce the possibility of fishing rafts being a source of debris or litter in the waterway, and for uniform registration of fishing rafts on authorized portions of the Wolf river. History: Cr

Found 1 hit in Chapter NR 809

3. Provide information with the water bills. No less often than quarterly, water suppliers shall provide information on or in each water bill as long as the public water system exceeds the action level for lead. The message on the water bill shall include the following statement exactly as written except for the text in brackets for which the water supplier shall include public water system-specific information: [INSERT NAME OF PUBLIC WATER SYSTEM] found high levels of lead in drinking water

Found 2 hits in Chapter Ins 8

F. Within the past 10 years, has anyone named in this application been counseled, consulted or treated for any of the following ( please check all conditions that apply): - See PDF for table 1. CIRCULATORY SYSTEM a) heart disease or disorder [ ] Yes [ ] No b) stroke [ ] Yes [ ] No c) circulatory disorder [ ] Yes [ ] No d) chest pain [ ] Yes [ ] No e) high or low blood pressure [ ] Yes [ ] No f) elevated cholesterol and/or triglyceride levels [ ] Yes [ ] No g

Register February 2011 No. 662 Chapter Ins 8 EMPLOYEE WELFARE FUNDS; EMPLOYEE BENEFIT PLAN ADMINISTRATORS; SMALL EMPLOYER HEALTH INSURA...

Found 2 hits in Chapter DCF 37 Appendix B

skin test. If yes, when? Results? Heart trouble *NK=Not Known At This Time Yes No NK* If "Yes", please comment Rheumatic Fever Has had electrocardiogram (EKG) Has had chest X-ray. If yes, when was last one? Heart murmur High or low blood pressure. Last check up? Irregular heart beat Shortage of breath Swollen ankles How many pillows does child sleep on? 27. Urinary or prostate

skin test. If yes, when? Results? Heart trouble *NK=Not Known At This Time Yes No NK* If "Yes", please comment Rheumatic Fever Has had electrocardiogram (EKG) Has had chest X-ray. If yes, when was last one? Heart murmur High or low blood pressure. Last check up? Irregular heart beat Shortage of breath Swollen ankles How many pillows does child sleep on? 27. Urinary or prostate

requirements listed under sub. (5). (b) Pit silos used for the storage of by-products from fruit, vegetable or grain processing operations where the by-products are to be used for animal feed, provided the facility is in compliance with applicable portions of ch. NR 213. (c) Facilities for high volume industrial waste or wood residue where the waste is stored at the point of generation for less than 72 hours prior to being transported for disposal or beneficial reuse and the facility complies

this country. Young children playing in an area where there are lead paint chips are especially susceptible to the effects of lead compounds through ingestion or inhalation. Children exposed to lead can suffer from damage to the brain and nervous system, slowed growth, hyperactivity, and behavior and learning problems. Adults exposed to lead can suffer difficulties during pregnancy, high blood pressure, nervous disorders, and memory and concentration problems. Although more likely to be found in industrial

, the sticker shall be displayed in a highly visible location on the front of the cowling of the snowmobile. History: Cr. Register, December, 1999, No. 528, eff. 1-1-00. NR 6.12 Transfer of trail use sticker. Once affixed a trail use sticker may not be removed or transferred to another snowmobile. History: Cr. Register, December, 1999, No. 528, eff. 1-1-00. Subchapter II — Snowmobile Rail Crossings NR 6.40 Purpose. The purpose of this subchapter is to establish maintenance, design and construction

is visually inconspicuous due to screening or being visually absorbed due to natural objects, compatible natural plantings, earth berm or other appropriate means, or unless, regardless of season, the site is screened so as to be as aesthetically pleasing and inconspicuous as is feasible. (f) Within 1,200 feet of any public or private water supply well. (g) Within an area which contains known mineral resources at the time of initial application which are likely to be mined in the future and lie within 1

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