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Cotton seeds

Cottonseed is the second most commonly produced oilseed in the world just slightly ahead of rapeseed averaging one-fourth that of soybeans in the same period. Cottonseed is a by-product of the cotton plant, which is primarily grown for its fiber. 
It is estimated that cottonseed production will be around 33% of the cotton production in bales. Around 80% of the seed is marketable surplus and arrives in the market for being crushed to oil. 
The remaining is used as seed is fed to cattle.


Type: natural seeds
Specification
Moisture  : 12% max
Crude protein : 14% min
FFA  : 2%  max
Fat (Oil) : 11%  min
Sand silica : 0.25% max
Acid value : 10%
Packing : in 50kgs/ PP bags or as buyer's request

Type: cotton seeds oil cake
Specification
Color  : greenish yellow 
Moisture  : 8.14% - 10%
Fiber  : 26% - 27%
Sand Silica : 2% - 2.5%
Crude protein : 32.67% 
Crude fibe : 32.67%
Oil conten : 6% - 7% 
Packing : 25 kg PP bag/50 Kg PP bag / 50-60 kg jute bag
    or as buyer's request

 

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