cotton cake


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cotton cake

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(Agriculture) cottonseed meal compressed into nuts or cubes of various sizes for feeding to animals
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Noun1.cotton cake - the solid matter remaining after oil has been pressed from cottonseeds
residue - matter that remains after something has been removed
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Those named in FIRs registered under section 188 of PPC included Ghulam Abbas of Chowk Shah Abbas and 150 bags of cotton cake were recovered from his possession.
Meanwhile, businesspeople from Russia, the U.S., UK, Switzerland, the United Arab Emirates, Turkey, Afghanistan, Cyprus, Azerbaijan, Kyrgyzstan and Ukraine purchased refined cottonseed oil, tomato paste, denim products, karakul wool, cotton yarn, cotton cake and other totaling more than 16.6 million manat ($5.8 million).
The most important macroeconomic factors include per capita production, per capita income, change in the retail price (Anjum et al., 1989), consumer price index, credit to dairy sector (Akmal, 1993), genetic progress and structural changes, relative price of milk (Wasim, 2005), price of cotton cake and rural infrastructure like road network, electrification, etc.
Each association had been paid $4 to $6 million to provide seeds to farmers and buy milk from them, he said, adding the associations prepared animal feed from maize, barley, cotton cake and other items and sold them to livestock farmers.
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The contraceptive effect of this substance was discovered accidentally, when animals and men consumed cotton cake in times of scarce food supply.
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Having suffered poor prices in the market, the Konyet members yearned for a different agribusiness.They feed the fish twice a day, in the mornings and evenings, with feeds containing cotton cake, bran and shelled omena that they buy from agrovets.