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Ethanol Blog
Cheryl Anderson DTN Staff Reporter
Fri Feb 1, 2013 11:19 AM CST

A continued rise in corn prices, and falling ethanol production in recent weeks, have resulted in another week of price increases for dried distillers grains and a slightly tighter supply in some areas.

The DTN weekly spot price average rose slightly this week, only $1 per ton higher than last week, from $269 per ton to $270 per ton. Still, this marks the fourth week in a row that DDG prices rose. The average increased from $255 the first week of January to this week's $270 per ton. The last time the DTN weekly spot price average was at this ...

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