October 2003

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Ethanol industry links up in Colorado Springs



Established Technology & Confident Newcomers: A Profile of Five Distillers Grains Dryer Vendors

Old Jeep, New Fuel

By Lorraine Cavener

A chemist-mechanic duo in Idaho is proving that even older model vehicles can be easily modified to run on high percentage ethanol blends.

Grain Sorghum – a.k.a. milo – is America's second most utilized ethanol feedstock. It stands up to corn in DDGS feed trials and production tests, but trails enormously in terms of overall use. Find out what the National Sorghum Producers' Tim Snyder would like every future producer to know.

Never Bin Better

By Tom Bryan

Laidig Systems Inc. has applied 40 years of bulk material handling experience to DDGS storage and load-out systems. Having worked with two of the nation's leading dry-mill builders, the company is poised to change the way the ethanol industry thinks about DDGS reclaimation.

Upsizing without upgrading can lead to grain handling and storage challenges for new ethanol plants. Grain terminals are able to utilize high-capacity, slow-speed equipment for greater throughput and higher feedstock turn.

DDGS Around the World

By Gary McKinney, U.S. Grains Council

The U.S. Grains Council is identifying new and emerging opportunities for distillers grains exports.

Growth & Innovation

By Jessica Williams & Tom Bryan

New markets, new ideas and new forces of change in the distillers grains industry

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