Definition of Cotton cake
1. Noun. The solid matter remaining after oil has been pressed from cottonseeds.
Lexicographical Neighbors of Cotton Cake
Literary usage of Cotton cake
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Journal of the Royal Agricultural Society of England by Royal Agricultural Society of England (1881)
"In addition, the 3 bullocks in lot 1 received decorticated cotton-cake and maize-meal, and the bullocks in lot 2, linseed-cake. The bullocks were weighed ..."
2. The Genesee Farmer (1859)
"As a supplier of food, cotton cake is, therefore, superior to linseed ... linseed, there is much less mucilage and other respiratory matter in cotton cake. ..."
3. Nature by Norman Lockyer (1877)
"The stock which is to supply the farmyard manure for these experiments is to be fed with decorticated cotton-cake, which among purchased feeding stuffs has ..."
4. A Dictionary of Applied Chemistry by Thomas Edward Thorpe (1912)
"Thus, decorticated cotton cake or meal, ... cotton cake, beans, peas, and dried brewers' grains as moderately rich (20 to 25 pc) ; whilst wheat, oats, rye, ..."
5. The New England Farmer by Samuel W. Cole (1870)
"I. Cattle often take at once to it, and even when fed upon linseed cake they soon get accustomed to the taste of cotton cake, ..."
6. British Farmer's Magazine (1868)
"Of cotton cake these are many чг.-'|" in the market, but those best known to agriculturists an- following : viz., Thin decorticated cotton cake, ..."