Glacial Lakes Energy to keep producing ethanol despite falling demand

April 27, 2020 |

In South Dakota, AgWeek reports that Glacial Lakes Energy is determined to keep producing ethanol despite the drop in demand but has reduced its run rates at its four ethanol plants by 80%-90%. The four facilities’ total annual production is 350 million gallons. The coop says corn farmers depend on it to keep their buy contracts while as many as 200 local livestock producers use its DDGS for animal feed, so it will keep producing to service these communities despite other ethanol producers in the region having shut down in early April.

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