Surface Wilmar

Cotton hulls

Cottonseed hulls are the outer coverings of cotton seeds and is a by-product of the dehulling step of the cotton seed. These cottonseed hulls serve as an excellent source of feed for livestock as the linters are a high course of cellulose. Hulls are one of the best roughages used to add bulk into diets that are rich in protein and energy assisting in the reduction of digestive upsets in ruminants. Hulls also serve as a valued substrate in mushroom cultivation and spent substrate from the cultivation can be fed to livestock.

Cotton Hulls