Chippewa Valley Ethanol chocks up another court win in five-year dispute with corn supplier

October 8, 2019 |

In Minnesota, the West Central Tribune reports that the state’s supreme court agreed last month with the lower court’s decision regarding Chippewa Valley Ethanol’s five-year long dispute with Glacial Plains Cooperative. Chippewa Valley Ethanol ended its exclusive grain supply contract with Glacial Plains, but Glacial Plains sued because it had helped to start the company back in 1994 and agreed to be the exclusive corn handler, which it felt was perpetual. But the state supreme court ruled last year that the agreement was indefinite rather than perpetual and sent it back to the lower courts which ruled similarly.

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