- a cake or a mass made by expressing the oil from linseed, used chiefly as feed for cattle.
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Linseed-cake may be substituted for linseed-meal; but the meal, though its cost is 15 per cent.
If oil-cakes be used as an adjunct to straw, rape-cake will be found more economical than linseed-cake.
One variety—namely, the East Indian—is almost poisonous, whilst the very best kind is slightly inferior to linseed-cake.
The principal kinds of oil-cake employed for feeding purposes are the following:—Linseed-cake, Rape-cake, and cotton-seed cake.
Crushed linseed, linseed and bran, or linseed-cake dust are among the best.Diseases of the Horse's Foot
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