Cotton seed

Cotton seed: The seed of the cotton plant (Gossypium spp.), contains oil-rich kernels and fibers. It is a valuable byproduct of cotton cultivation, extensively used in the production of vegetable oil, animal feed, and various industrial products.


Cotton seeds are the small, oval-shaped seeds of the cotton plant (Gossypium spp.), a major crop cultivated for its fibers worldwide. These seeds are rich in oil and protein, making them valuable for various applications. After the cotton is harvested, the seeds are separated from the fibers. The oil extracted from cotton seeds is used for cooking, animal feed, and industrial purposes. The remaining seed meal is a nutritious protein source for livestock. Additionally, cotton seeds contribute to sustainable agriculture as they are utilized in the production of cottonseed oil, reducing waste and maximizing the economic value of the cotton crop.

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