Cottonseed, Flour, Meal, Oil


Cottonseed, Flour, Meal, Oil -

Cottonseed comes from the gin with short soft lint still adhering to the shells. Its general commercial treatment produces from each hundred pounds, about 46 pounds of lint and shells, 36 pounds of oil cake or "cake" and 16 pounds of crude oil. The lint is marketed as cotton batting, etc., the shells are used as fuel and fertilizer, the oil-cake as fertilizer and cattle-feed, and the oil for edible purposes, soap manufacture, machinery uses, etc.

The seed, when freed from the down, somewhat resembles a small coffee-bean in size and form.


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