Tag: ddg

Port Milwaukee scores $15.9 million federal grant to boost DDG and other ag exports

Port Milwaukee scores $15.9 million federal grant to boost DDG and other ag exports

February 13, 2020 |

In Wisconsin, U.S. Senator Tammy Baldwin announced a $15.9 million federal grant was awarded to Port Milwaukee from the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) to establish an Agricultural Maritime Export Facility that will strengthen Wisconsin’s maritime commerce and economy. Port Milwaukee’s Agricultural Maritime Export Facility, located on the west side of Jones Island, will be […]

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ICM and The Andersons will target soybean meal market with new DDG

ICM and The Andersons will target soybean meal market with new DDG

May 14, 2018 |

In Kansas, the new biorefinery under development in Colwich as a joint venture between ICM and The Andersons is looking to shift its typical market completely, by offering a higher quality DDG without fiber—as the fiber was removed earlier in the process to produce about 10% of the 70 million gallon facility’s total ethanol production […]

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Rayeman Elements developed patented method to cube DDGs

Rayeman Elements developed patented method to cube DDGs

August 4, 2016 |

In Nebraska, Rayeman Elements Inc. has developed a patented method to cube distillers dried grains (DDGs). The company has also announced a new grain drying system that aims to reduce the risks and costs associated with operating grain dryers. REI has spent the last 5.5 years, and more than $20 million in research and development […]

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Alliance BioEnergy Plus reaches DDG milestone

Alliance BioEnergy Plus reaches DDG milestone

June 14, 2016 |

In Florida, Alliance BioEnergy Plus announced that with the senior science officers of a large U.S. ethanol producer present, the CTS process produced fermentable sugars from Distillers Grain (DDG) as a result of a series of controlled tests, repeated over several days.  Samples were taken back to the Ethanol Producers world-class laboratories and through normal […]

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Alliance BioEnergy Plus tests shows technology bolts on cellulosic ethanol production

Alliance BioEnergy Plus tests shows technology bolts on cellulosic ethanol production

April 21, 2016 |

In Florida, Alliance BioEnergy Plus, Inc. released the results from its most recent testing of corn ethanol Distillers Grains (DDG) and Corn Kernel fiber that has been conducted at its laboratories and pilot facility, Ek Laboratories. The tests have been part of the Company’s mission to develop and build a Bolt-On cellulosic ethanol solution in […]

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South Dakota State researcher gets major grant for DDGs market studies

South Dakota State researcher gets major grant for DDGs market studies

October 27, 2014 |

In South Dakota, South Dakota State University food science professor Padmanaban Krishnan received a four-year grant geared toward getting corn co-products to the food market. With a $576,000 project budget for the Minnesota Corn Growers Association grant, Krishnan will work with the food and ethanol industries with the goal of bringing food-grade dried distiller’s grain (DDG) […]

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DDG demand driving ethanol margins

DDG demand driving ethanol margins

December 12, 2013 |

In Europe, despite concerns that seasonal changes in ethanol demand would weigh on prices just as margins were beginning to recover, high DDG prices will drive DDG production in Europe. Crush spreads have been weakening for both corn and wheat-based ethanol but DDG is expected to be trading at a premium to corn.

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China to extend anti-dumping probe on US dried grains imports

China to extend anti-dumping probe on US dried grains imports

December 29, 2011 |

In China, the Commerce Ministry announced it will extend an anti-dumping probe on imports of U.S. distillers’ dried grains (DDGs) until June 28, 2012 before making a final ruling. The ministry said the extension was necessary because the case was “special and complicated”. It launched the investigation a year ago, threatening trade that grew massively […]

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