Feed Sample Clauses

Feed. Once the pre-FEED results are evaluated and if the parties decide to proceed with the ASPD Technology development, Fulcrum will retain and pay a qualified engineering company to prepare a FEED package along with all process design criteria and simulation information which will allow the ASPD Technology to be licensed to either or both of Nipawin and SRC and third-parties in the ASPD IP License. If the parties do not agree to proceed with the ASPD Technology development within 30 days after Fulcrum’s delivery of the Pre-FEED despite their best commercial efforts, then any party may elect to terminate this Agreement on written notice; provided however, that if one of Nipawin or SRC elects not to proceed (the “Nonproceeding Party”) but the other (the “Proceeding Party”) does elect to proceed, then the Proceeding Party may proceed with the ASPD Technology development with Fulcrum if the Nonproceeding Party has so consented in writing and has enabled the Proceeding Party with all necessary rights to do so, and in such event the Proceeding Party will have and be responsible for all rights and obligations of the Nipawin and SRC parties accruing thereafter under this Agreement.
Feed. The Company will provide the Independent Grower with the feed necessary to produce the broilers. The Company retains title to any feed and bears the specified costs of the feed and the right to retain or dispose of excess feed.
Feed. Trainer agrees to provide adequate forage for normal and reasonable care required to maintain the health and well being of the horse. Boarding with free choice hay, or boarding in a stall being fed twice a day. If horse is to be on grain, it is the boarderʼs responsibility to provide all grain and supplements, and a suitable container to hold said grain/supplements, along with a feed scoop. It is also the boarders responsibility to check and refill supplements and grain regularly. If horse is out of grain or supplements the horse will not receive grain. EAH management will feed grain once daily to paddock boarded horses, and twice a day if necessary to stall boarded horses. Additional graining can be arranged for a fee. Initials Turnout and Paddock Living Horses will receive scheduled pasture turnout subject to weather and ground conditions, pasture health and discretion of EAH management. The boarder understands that there may be extra risk to a horse in a group setting and will not hold EAH management responsible for injuries incurred in this situation. The horse will be held in if the boarderʼs or trainerʼs veterinarian or farrier instructs. If the boarderʼs horse is aggressive, antisocial or otherwise deemed inappropriate for turnout by the trainer the horse will not be turned out in a group setting. Paddock Cleaning and Stall Cleaning Paddocks will be cleaned a minimum of 5 times a week or as weather allows. Stalls will be cleaned every day and shavings will be replaced as needed and fresh water, hay, and a feeding of grain each day.
Feed. Except as otherwise provided in Paragraph I.C. above, the Horse should be fed a complete diet in accordance to the Horse’s needs. The Horse should receive free choice forage and a supplemental grain if necessary, to keep a body score of no less than 4. Grain and forage type is at the discretion of Adopter and Adopter’s veterinarian. The current schedule is as follows: Grain Type: Amount: Frequency: Forage Type: Amount: Frequency: **WE WILL SEND 1 BAG OF GRAIN WITH HORSE AT TIME OF ADOPTION ADOPTER AGREES TO INTRODUCE A NEW GRAIN GRADUALLY, OVER A 7 DAY PERIOD. (initial here) Supplements are at the discretion of Adopter but are recommended. All Hope Equine Rescue horses receive a Psyllium based supplement such as Sand Clear one week per month. Any other supplements are listed in Paragraph 1.C.
Feed. Feed at FRE’s ingredient cost plus $[***] per ton for grinding, mixing, and delivery and $[***] per ton margin;

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Fuel The Vehicle must be returned with the amount of fuel equal to that at the time of the commencement of the rental. If the Vehicle is returned with less fuel, the difference will be charged to You at a rate of $5.00 per litre (which includes a service component).
System Logging The system must maintain an automated audit trail which can identify the user or system process which initiates a request for DHCS PHI or PI, or which alters DHCS PHI or PI. The audit trail must be date and time stamped, must log both successful and failed accesses, must be read only, and must be restricted to authorized users. If DHCS PHI or PI is stored in a database, database logging functionality must be enabled. Audit trail data must be archived for at least 3 years after occurrence.
Interface A defined set of transmission facilities that separate Load Zones and that separate the NYCA from adjacent Control Areas. Investor-Owned Transmission Owners. A Transmission Owner that is owned by private investors. At the present time these include: Central Hudson Gas & Electric Corporation, Consolidated Edison Company of New York, Inc., New York State Electric & Gas Corporation, Niagara Mohawk Power Corporation, Orange and Rockland Utilities, Inc., and Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation.
Metering The Interconnection Customer shall be responsible for the Connecting Transmission Owner’s reasonable and necessary cost for the purchase, installation, operation, maintenance, testing, repair, and replacement of metering and data acquisition equipment specified in Attachments 2 and 3 of this Agreement. The Interconnection Customer’s metering (and data acquisition, as required) equipment shall conform to applicable industry rules and Operating Requirements.
Electric If Customer has selected an Electricity Fixed Rate on the Application, Customer’s Price will be based on the Fixed Rate(s) which includes Local and State taxes, Gross Receipts Tax (GRT), PJM Adjustment (defined below) charges and adjustments and Utility applied charges and/or fees related to generation, plus the Administration Charge, which includes, Electricity Balancing Amount and third party utility and billing charges. Customer understands and agrees that included in the Administration Charge is the cost of the Energy Balancing Amount (defined below). Customer understands that in order for RITERATE ENERGY to be able to supply Energy to its existing and prospective customers, RITERATE ENERGY enters into supply arrangements to meet the forecasted consumption of its various groups of customers. These forecasts are based on historical data, load shapes and/or estimates. To the extent that actual pooled consumption of RITERATE ENERGY’s Energy customers varies from supply arrangements and/or Customer’s Utility delivery requirements, RITERATE ENERGY incurs a cost in balancing and settling its supply arrangements with such pooled consumption. To ensure a fixed all-inclusive Rate, RITERATE ENERGY has included in the Administration charge, the Energy Balancing Amount, to balance and settle the variance between pooled consumption and supply arrangements (the “Energy Balancing Amount”). In respect of Electricity, Customer understands that there are certain estimated pass through costs, made up of charges to RITERATE ENERGY by the PJM Interconnection (“PJM”) and/or Customer’s Utility, including but not limited to ancillary service charges, the cost of unaccounted for electricity, capacity charges and any replacement or recharacterization of these charges. In this regard, the “PJM Adjustment”, is included in the Fixed Price Rate. Customer acknowledges and agrees that by entering into this Agreement, Customer will not be eligible to receive any net metering credits and other incentives to which Customer would otherwise be entitled. Further, included in the Rate are the amounts charged or billed to RITERATE ENERGY or Customer by Customer’s Utility, the PUC or any other regulatory or government entity, including any taxes, delivery, regulated transmission, regulated distribution, pipeline, compressor fuel, uplift, congestion, locational marginal pricing, invoice market participant, service, billing, or similar or related changes and any, deposits, interest or late payment fees or other amounts in connection with the supply and delivery of Energy to the Premises (collectively, “Regulatory Charges”). Customer agrees to pay the monthly Administration charge for Energy supply (the “Administration” charge).
Outputs Output information will be provided to CLEC in the form of bills, files, and reports. Bills will capture all regular monthly and incremental/usage charges and present them in a summarized format. The files and reports delivered to CLEC come in the following categories: Usage Record File Line Usage Information Loss and Completion Order Information Category 11 Facility Based Line Usage Information SAG/FAM Street Address/Facility Availability Information 12.2.5.1 Bills
Plant The expression 'Plant' as used in the tender papers shall mean every temporary accessory necessary or considered necessary by the Engineer to execute, construct, complete and maintain the work and all altered, modified, substituted and additional works ordered in the time and the manner herein provided and all temporary materials and special and other articles and appliance of every sort kind and description whatsoever intended or used therefore.
Switching All of the negotiated rates, terms and conditions set forth in this Section pertain to the provision of local and tandem switching.
Raw Materials A. Catalent shall be responsible for procuring, inspecting and releasing adequate Raw Materials as necessary to meet the Firm Commitment, unless otherwise agreed to by the parties in writing. Catalent shall not be liable for any delay in delivery of Product if (i) Catalent is unable to obtain, in a timely manner, a particular Raw Material necessary for Processing and (ii) Catalent placed orders for such Raw Materials promptly following receipt of Client’s Firm Commitment. In the event that any Raw Material becomes subject to purchase lead time beyond the Firm Commitment time frame, the parties will negotiate in good faith an appropriate amendment to this Agreement, including Section 4.2.
Outages 9.7.1.1 Outage Authority and Coordination. Interconnection Customer and Transmission Owner may each in accordance with Good Utility Practice in coordination with the other Party and Transmission Provider remove from service any of its respective Interconnection Facilities, System Protection Facilities, Network Upgrades, System Protection Facilities or Distribution Upgrades that may impact the other Party’s facilities as necessary to perform maintenance or testing or to install or replace equipment. Absent an Emergency Condition, the Party scheduling a removal of such facility(ies) from service will use Reasonable Efforts to notify one another and schedule such removal on a date and time mutually acceptable to the Parties. In all circumstances, any Party planning to remove such facility(ies) from service shall use Reasonable Efforts to minimize the effect on the other Parties of such removal.