SPIKING COVID-19 CASES CAUSE RENEWED CONCERNS FOR ETHANOL INDUSTRY

SPIKING COVID-19 CASES CAUSE RENEWED CONCERNS FOR ETHANOL INDUSTRY

Making a living raising cattle isn’t as simple as just buying a herd and turning it out on pasture. Cattle require a specific diet to maintain proper nutrition and weight gain. For the past 10 years, Jon Auten has used the co-product from ethanol production as a source of energy and protein in his cattle ration. Using wet distillers’ grains in his cow-calf operation offers myriad advantages.

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