Missouri’s soybean farmers to provide grants for biodiesel infrastructure program

July 1, 2020 |

In Missouri, the state’s soybean farmers are investing in the future for soy in Missouri through biodiesel with a new infrastructure grant program. A new commitment from the Missouri Soybean Merchandising Council and Missouri Soybean Association provides up to $200,000 for businesses, cooperatives and other entities looking to build new or retrofit existing biodiesel infrastructure, from blending and distribution to fleet and retail locations.

The grant program, jointly funded by the Missouri Soybean Association and Missouri Soybean Merchandising Council, will provide up to 25 percent of the required cash match for existing biodiesel infrastructure programs at the state and federal levels. Participants in both the USDA and MASBDA programs are eligible for consideration for funding from Missouri’s soybean organizations. Like the MASBDA program, Missouri Soybeans’ funding is limited to a maximum of $200,000 per entity. Application information is available online at mosoy.org.

Missouri’s Corn Merchandising Council is offering similar support funding.

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