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Progressive Farmer Article
OMAHA (DTN) -- Jim Knopik loves ethanol as much as any red-blooded farmer.
The former Central Minnesota Ethanol Co-op in Little Falls, Minnesota, is venturing into production of normal butanol starting sometime in 2016. The 20-million-gallon ethanol plant was built in the 1990s. (Photo courtesy of Green Biologics)
After all, Knopik was among some 750 investors in the Central Minnesota Ethanol Co-op in Little Falls, Minnesota, who in the 1990s saw the need to create market stability for corn after years of prices barely high enough to break even.
Area farmers pooled their money to build a 20-million-gallon ethanol plant. When the ethanol boom took off in the mid-2000s, however, the plant began to fall behind the technology curve.To read more click here...
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OMAHA (DTN) -- It's been one month since the Pacific Maritime Association (PMA) and the International Longshore and Warehouse Union (ILWU) tentatively agreed on a new five-year contract, covering workers at all 29 West Coast ports. The next step will be taken sometime during the week of March 30 when a caucus of 90 union delegates will decide to recommend it for consideration by the full membership. Then, every union member will receive a copy of the tentative agreement for discussion at their local union meeting. After that, a vote to ratify (or not) is then taken by secret ballot sometime during April.