Cotton Seeds Cakes Meals

Cotton Seed Meal
Cotton Seed Meal

We can supply “cotton seeds meals”- from India, 2000 Mts. cotton seeds meals can be supplied per every months, 40 % CP Grades highest quality available- 50 Kgs. bags, 1500 Mts. “cotton seeds hulls”-available per every months- from India.


Cotton Seed Cake :

We also offer “cotton seed cakes”,in PP Bags or in Jute Bags, “cotton seeds cakes”, that are the solid matter that remains once oil has been extracted and pressed from cotton seeds by using “Oil Expellers Machines”, These “cotton seed cakes”, are widely used in the industry for feeding cattle. Offered at competitive rates, our cotton seed cakes can be supplied to different parts of the world.In cotton seeds cakes there are 5 to 7.5 % Oils can be remained.

Cotton Seeds Cakes Meals(de oiled cotton seeds cakes) :

These products can be manufactured by using solvent extractions OR oil extractions plant technology using Hexane Solvents etc. “Cotton Seeds Cakes Meals”(de oiled cotton seeds cakes) are residule product after oil extrcted from cotton seeds OR cotton seeds cakes. There are only 0.5 to 1.5 % oils remains in these products, Cotton Seeds Cakes Meals(de oiled cotton seeds cakes)

Cotton Seeds Meals
Cotton Seeds Meals

Cottonseed meal is one of two by-products produced when oil is extracted from whole cottonseed. Cottonseed oil can be extracted by using a solvent or a mechanical process. The meal analyzed in this study was generated using a solvent extraction process and was guaranteed to have at least 39 percent crude protein. The comparison values that are used in Table 2 compare this study’s findings with a 41 percent crude protein cottonseed meal that was solvent extracted. Crude protein contents of 41 or 44 percent are standard in the reference books for cottonseed meal but with changes that have occurred in the extraction processes, less protein is being left in the meal. The gossypol profile of cottonseed meal is closer to Cracked Pima cottonseed than whole short-staple cottonseed. This is why feeding cottonseed meal to very young ruminants is not recommended.


Cottonseed Hulls. Cottonseed hulls are the other by-product produced when oil is extracted from whole cottonseed. Cottonseed hulls are the hard shell of cottonseed with its lint attached. Cottonseed hulls are consistently high in fiber and lignin, as seen in the data, and as a result are usually found in rations as a fiber source. Gossypol content of cottonseed hulls is variable but levels are low.