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Tuesday 01/08/13

Strategies for Evaluating Co-products
Livestock producers need to evaluate a number of factors when they purchase distillers grains, according to a Minnesota nutritionist.[Read Full Blog Post]
Posted at 3:48PM CST 01/08/13 by Cheryl Anderson | Post a Comment
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Cheryl, An advantage of "wet DDGS" is that the drying process destroys up to 15% of the energy per unit of feed. Thus if a feeder is near the producer, wet product (at 55+% moisture) is really a better ration, and does not readily spoil (due to the ensilage factor). One just needs to keep the air away from it if one is to store the DDGS for extended periods. R Lawler
Posted by Robert Lawler at 10:37AM CST 01/09/13
Ethanol Supported by Possible Corn Rally
Moderate support redeveloped in the corn complex early in the week, with light to moderate commercial buyer support redeveloping after the pressure during the holidays. This is starting to attract some ethanol buyers back into the market, pushing prices moderately higher.[Read Full Blog Post]
Posted at 3:37PM CST 01/08/13 by Rick Kment | 0 Comments | Post a Comment
Most Cash Ethanol Prices Up on Calls Output Fell Last Week
Cash prices move higher partly on forecast for decrease in weekly domestic ethanol production.[Read Full Blog Post]
Posted at 1:25PM CST 01/08/13 | 0 Comments | Post a Comment
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