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DTN Weekly Distillers Grains Update
Cheryl Anderson DTN Staff Reporter
Mon Feb 24, 2014 11:15 AM CST

Distillers grains are still the untold story of the ethanol industry and there's a lot of work left to do to get that story out, according to Dr. Kurt Rosentrater, newly-appointed executive director/chief executive officer of the Distillers Grains Technology Council.

The DGTC was founded in the 1940s and is a non-profit organization serving the ethanol, beverage alcohol and livestock industries, whose focus is on improving the value and utilization of dried distillers grains in animal feeds. The council also serves as the principle voice on nutrition, safety and regulatory issues affecting the use of DDG and to provide educational ...

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