cottonseed meal


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cottonseed meal

n
(Agriculture) the residue of cottonseed kernels from which oil has been extracted, used as fodder or fertilizer
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Efficacy of phytase supplementation on growth performance and mineral digestibility of Labeo rohitafingerlings fed on cottonseed meal based diet.
Partial replacement of fish meal by cottonseed meal and soybean meal with iron and phytase supplementation for parrot fish Oplegnathus fasciatus.
Different extraction solvents--water, sodium chloride, water and potassium hydroxide, and sodium chloride and potassium hydroxide--at temperatures of 5 C or 55 C, were studied by the researchers on glandless cottonseed meal samples, which had 6%, 12% and 19% fat content.
Compared to traditional CSM, low-gossypol cottonseed meal (LCSM) contains higher levels of crude protein (CP) (43.
The results are in accordance with previous reports on FG reduction in cottonseed meal by SSF (2,20,21).
Use of expender cottonseed meal in broiler diets formulated on digestible amino acid basis.
Domestic demand for cottonseed meal is estimated to have declined to about 20,000MT annually.
Therefore, we constructed a modified D-optimal mixture design sufficient to satisfy a Scheffe cubic polynomial response surface model (Cornell 2002) for 3 diet ingredients (cellulose, cottonseed meal, and wheat germ) in addition to constant amounts of salt and vitamin mixtures (Table 1).
Whole cottonseed and cottonseed meal supplements for cattle given a hay based diet.
In addition to ensuring good crops, midseason feedings with alfalfa, cottonseed meal or a blended organic fertilizer--along with biodegradable mulches and limited tilling--protect the soil's nutrient reserves, making it fit for replanting right away.
For years, oil mills have provided a steady flow of cottonseed oil which, along with cottonseed meal, makes up about 80 percent of cottonseed's value.