Cotton is a raw material which is more and more closely allying the agricultural and chemical industries. Because of the considerable industrial importance of cotton to the South and because of the recognized nutritional value of cottonseed meal in cattle feeding, a study of cottonseed products has been undertaken in order to learn more of their possibilities as nutrients. Stevens (8) in 1930 reported his finding that cottonseed meal was a rich source of both vitamins B(B), and G(B2). This investigation has for its object a comparative study of cottonseed meal, oil, and hulls with respect to their vitamin B (B2) and vitamin G(B2) content.
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Whitsitt, May L.
"Vitamin B(B,) And G(B2) Content Of Cottonseed Products,"
Field and Laboratory: Vol. 2
Available at: https://scholar.smu.edu/fieldandlab/vol2/iss2/1