Linted Cottonseed, often referred to as "fuzzy seed" or "whole cottonseed" is the seed left after ginning the long fibers from upland varieties of cotton. The short fibers remaining on the seed are called linters and are a source of readily digestible cellulose for ruminants. The amount of linters left on the seed varies from 4-8%. We produce cotton linter having cellulose yeild more than 80% mostly mill run cut cotton linter is available. Whole cottonseed is a source of protein, energy and fiber for ruminant animals.