Cottonseed meal is a high protein by-product from the extraction of oil from whole cottonseed. There are two different processing methods used to extract the oil from the cottonseed, and they differ in the amount of oil (fat) they leave in the meal. The amount of oil left in the meal affects its energy value.
Cottonseed meal is palatable and commonly is used in cattle rations. In the southern and western U.S. Solvent extracted cottonseed meal is the more common of the two types and has about 89 percent of the energy value of 44 percent protein soybean meal.
These products can be manufactured by using solvent extractions OR oil extractions plant technology using Hexane Solvents etc. â€œCotton Seeds Meals Cakesâ€ are residule product after oil extrcted from cotton seeds OR cotton seeds cakes. There are only 0.5 to 1.5 % oils remains in these products, Cotton Seeds Meals Cakes.