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 from cellulose—that will compete against soybean meal instead of against corn. Starch-based ethanol, biodiesel and CO2 are among the other products that will come out of the corn “cracked” at the biorefinery currently under construction.

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