Cotton Seed Hulls are the outer covering of the cottonseed and are separated from the kernel prior to the oil extraction process & its represent almost 30% of the cottonseed. They are rich in nutrients and can be used as a part of cattle feed.
Cotton Linters are fine, silky fibers which adhere to the seeds of the cotton plant after ginning. This environment-friendly alternative can replace the use of wood and other precious natural resources while making paper, viscose and other products.
Cotton Seed 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.