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linseed cake,

concentrated feed for livestock, prepared by pressing into cakes linseed from which most of the oil has been removed. The amount of oil remaining in the cake varies; the seed husks may or may not be removed. Linseed cake has a high protein value.
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linseed cake

[′lin‚sēd ‚kāk]
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The residue formed during pressing of commercial linseed oil; used for cattle feed and fertilizer.
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