Cotton Seed Oil Mill as the by-product of cotton ginning operation, is covered with fibrous lint. The cottonseed is mainly made up of inner kernel, usually called “meats”. This meaty portion contains all the oil as well as proteins, and it is enclosed in the fibrous hull. Over the hull stick out the cotton fiber which escape the ginning and left on seeds. These cotton fibers are called “lint”. Cotton seed oil pressing mainly rose in 1960s when cottonseed oil was pressed by small batch type cold oil press machine and sold in the form of crude oil. The world cottonseed yield ranks only second to soybean in all oil plants. However, cotton seed oil ranks 5th in all edible oils, since about 16% of the cotton seed is used as feed. The whole cottonseed contains 15% ~25% of oil, while its kernel contains 32% ~ 46% oil and 30%protein, so it is an important resource of edible oil and vegetable protein. Cotton seed oil contains 60% ~ 90% of unsaturated fatty acids (linoleic acid and polemic acid), which has the functions lowering cholesterol, preventing atherosclerosis, etc. Cotton Seed Oil Mill is  also important kind of edible vegetable oil.By processing cotton seeds, we can get maximum benefits. The inner kernel can be planted, fed to livestock, made into cottonseed oil for human consumption, used for fertilizer, or used in products like lotions and soap. The lint we get from cotton delinting has wide application in cotton blanket, sweat shirt, paper board industry and cotton pulp, etc. Therefore, the cottonseed delinted is very essential in cotton processing.

Who Should Attend

Progressive farmers,  Small marginal farmers, Animal Feed buyers, Sales  all those who wish to know about Cotton Seed Cake & Oil Manufacturing &  its opportunities

Learning Outcomes

  • Detail understanding about Cotton Seed Cake & Oil Manufacturing and solve ur all questions
  • Understanding how to earn from this Business
  • Industrial Vist For Practical Knowledge
  • Direct interaction with industry experts/Successful entrepreneurs


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Availability of Raw Material
Processing of Products
Packaging and labelling
Labour Repuirement
Electricity Consumption
Cost Implementation
Government Schemes
Banking and Fianance

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