Cotton Seed Meal

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Cottonseed meal solvent extracted is produced by forcing the cottonseed kernel initially through an expander and then using solvent to extract most of the oil. This method utilizing an expander helps to increase production efficiency as well as binding much of the free gossypol found in cottonseed meal.

Solvent extracted meals normally have a minimum fat content of 0.5% while mechanical meals usually have a minimum of 2.0%. Maximum fiber levels for 36, 41 and 43% protein meals are 17,14 and 13% respectively. Descriptions of quality include: Prime Quality - must be free of mold, excess lint, and sour, musty, or burnt odors.

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