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Cheryl Anderson DTN Staff Reporter
Fri Oct 28, 2011 11:29 AM CDT

Tight supplies of dried distillers grain are beginning to ease this week, but not in time to keep spot prices from rising to their highest level of the year.

The tight supply was caused as ethanol plants shut down during the past month for scheduled fall maintenance. Short supplies pushed prices up as well. In the past week, most, if not all, plants are back online and in production, but it may take until mid-November for supplies to get back to normal levels.

Merchandisers commented on short supplies, with some of the tightness from October spilling into November, and even ...

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