The processed seeds will produce husks (for animal feed, power generation, etc), oil (for both industrial use and export) and mash (for animal feed) , while the leaves are a nutritious vegetable which can be dried and powdered for human and animal consumption.
A huge gap exists in processing that needs exploiting
There's so much lack of understanding of agriculture on this TL that it makes one alarmed
What people need to understand about it is that every crop harvested and processed produces byproducts that are equal in to 3 or 4 times the value of the crop itself
And so, for example
Processed rice will give husks, bran, and fibres which are useful for several additives in animal feed, power generation, and other industrial uses, apart from the rice itself which we consume as a staple and as baby food
Processed maize, soybean, cassava, etc will give several
by-products like starch, ethanol, animal feed, and others in addition to the regular products we expect from the crops.
Cotton and palm oil will produce so many products from processing, that several seperate outputs we buy like brake pads, soap, Carboxymethyl cellulose, etc
There was a time in my life that I confused self confidence with pride.
In my personal efforts to be of value to my creator, I felt part of the crucial exercise was self debasement
It was a metaphysical journey that took about 6 years.
I had moved from being a family indoctrinated theist, to the extreme of atheism (which took me through university and early marriage), and had emerged at a point of defeat and extreme brokenness at the other end.
This coincided with a period of familiarization and adjustment
There was I, made to believe that somehow, life's goal was a quest for human perfection modelled on self effort in order to court the favours of an unseen creator who I now fervently believed existed