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Weight percentages change with variations in moisture content. Dry samples have larger percentages of protein, oil, starch, and fiber than wet samples. Calculation of these percentages on a moisture basis other than the actual moisture at the time of test is strictly a mathematical formula.
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Hurburgh, Charles R. Jr., "Moisture Basis Conversions for Grain Composition Data" (2006). Agriculture and Environment Extension Publications. 135.