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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Chemical composition of cottonseed meal with different proteic levels (natural matter) (Values = average of three replicates).
Apparent digestibility of amino acids and nitrogen in three cottonseed meals and one soybean meals.
The goats were fed diets with different protein sources in concentrate: soybean meal, cottonseed meal, aerial part of cassava hay and leucaena hay.
Nancarrow adds at least 4 inches of compost supplemented with fishmeal, bonemeal, kelp meal, cottonseed meal, and soft rock phosphate.
An organic alternative is to use two parts each of cottonseed meal and granite dust, and one part colloidal phosphate.
Fishmeal, organic cottonseed meal, and alfalfa meal (when he can find it) are Queirolo's favorites; he alternates these.
Areas covered: - Corn - Soy - Rapeseed, cottonseed, rapeseed meal & cottonseed meal - Fishmeal - Other feed proteins: peanut meal and meat-and-bone meal - China's feed processing industry - China's livestock industry - Minerals, trace elements, vitamins and chlorine chloride used in feed
In addition, soybean meal has been successfully replaced by cottonseed meal or sunflower meal which are rich in rumen undegradable protein in fish (Margarida et al.
It includes: Clover hay, alfalfa hay, cowpea hay, bran, oats, cottonseed meal, gluten meal, linseed meal and soybeans.
It may not make any difference from today to tomorrow if a plant gets its nitrogen from ammonium sulfate, calcium nitrate, bat guano or cottonseed meal.