Kansas Corn Commission--Building Markets for Ethanol & DDGS
- Building ethanol fuel infrastructure
- Building exports of ethanol and DDGS
- Educating consumers about ethanol blends
Ethanol is a top customer for corn and Kansas Corn works to build market opportunities for ethanol and distillers grains. The state’s 12 ethanol plants produce 610 million gallons of renewable, clean burning ethanol fuel and distillers grains, a high nutrient livestock feed, creating a market for 217 million bushels of corn and other grains. Distillers grains are sold wet as WDGS to nearby livestock feeders, or they are dried to make DDGS that can be sold to more distant markets or exported to other states or other countries.
This educational video developed by the Renewable Fuels Association with support from the Kansas Corn Commission is a great way to learn about ethanol and its co-products.
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