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  • Ag Innovation Campus In Crookston Will Provide

    Ag Innovation Campus In Crookston Will Provide

    Mar 22, 2021 The $5 million soybean crush plant will be in the Ag Innovation Campus being built on the southwest edge of Crookston.Besides the crush facility…

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  • In Crookston A Proposed Biodiesel Plant Would Create

    In Crookston A Proposed Biodiesel Plant Would Create

    A soybean-crushing facility slated for construction in 2021 near Crookston will help farmers in northern Minnesota who are now being paid less for soybeans because of their distance from customers.

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  • Crookston Minn City Council Approves Ag Innovation Land

    Crookston Minn City Council Approves Ag Innovation Land

    Once established, the campus will be home to private industries to create products that benefit all parties, from farm gate to consumers. A fully operating AIC will create up to 60 jobs and could crush more than 60,000 tons per year of soybean meal — serving about 30% of the regional market.

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  • Breaking Ground On Innovation  Auri

    Breaking Ground On Innovation Auri

    Jan 08, 2021 The process began in 2018 when the Minnesota Soybean Research & Promotion Council (MSRPC) devoted checkoff dollar funds for a feasibility study for a regional soybean crush and biodiesel facility in northwest Minnesota. Based on the study’s results, the city of Crookston, Minn. rose to the top of the list of potential homes for this facility.

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  • Ag Innovation Campus Breaks Ground In Crookston  Post

    Ag Innovation Campus Breaks Ground In Crookston Post

    CROOKSTON, Minn. — The Ag Innovation Campus broke ground Wednesday, Oct. 28, on a $5 million soybean crush plant in Crookston, Minn.

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  • Groundbreaking Held For Ag Innovation Campus Crushing Facility

    Groundbreaking Held For Ag Innovation Campus Crushing Facility

    Nov 24, 2020 In 2018, the Minnesota Soybean Research & Promotion Council (MSR&PC) invested checkoff funds in a feasibility study to support a regional soybean crush and biodiesel facility in northwest Minnesota. Crookston emerged as the ideal location. As the work progressed, a new vision for the Ag Innovation Campus evolved.

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  • Soybean Crush Facility Ag Innovation Campus Set To Break

    Soybean Crush Facility Ag Innovation Campus Set To Break

    MANKATO, Minn. (KEYC) - A decade’s worth of soybean checkoff research and development to benefit Minnesota’s ag economy is set to break ground in Crookston this week. The Ag Innovation Campus is a 67,000 square-foot soybean crush facility. It will function as a specialty crushing facility to serve universities, commodity...

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  • Polk County Farmer Testifies On Soy Innovation Campus

    Polk County Farmer Testifies On Soy Innovation Campus

    Mar 09, 2019 A Polk County farmer participated in a “Ag Innovation During Changing Times” presentation before the House Agriculture and Food Finance and Policy Division Tuesday in St. Paul.. Minnesota Soybean Growers Association Director Mike Skaug testified about the benefits of a soybean crush and biodiesel facility at the University of Minnesota Crookston as part of a proposed “Soy …

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  • Soybean Crush Facility Ag Innovation Campus Set To Break

    Soybean Crush Facility Ag Innovation Campus Set To Break

    Oct 27, 2020 The Ag Innovation Campus is a 67,000 square-foot soybean crush facility. It will function as a specialty crushing facility to serve universities, commodity groups and private seed developers.

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  • Epitome Energy Makes It Official It Is Coming To Crookston

    Epitome Energy Makes It Official It Is Coming To Crookston

    Jan 11, 2019 The plant will support 80 to 100 direct jobs and have an estimated payroll and benefits of more than $5 million dollars. CHEDA’s Hoiseth said this is going to be huge for the Crookston community and the region, “With a facility like this, soybean crush and biodiesel facility, we’re going to see numerous nice jobs come into Crookston and ...

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  • Ag Innovation Campus Could Fuel Eaa Message  Soy

    Ag Innovation Campus Could Fuel Eaa Message Soy

    Jan 26, 2021 In 2018, the Minnesota Soybean Research & Promotion Council invested checkoff funds in a feasibility study to support a regional soybean crush and research facility in northwest Minnesota. In 2019, the Minnesota Legislature approved $5 million in state funding toward the AIC in a bipartisan omnibus agriculture finance bill signed by Gov. Tim Walz.

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  • Soy Crush Plant Would Benefit Manitoba Feasibility Study

    Soy Crush Plant Would Benefit Manitoba Feasibility Study

    A Manitoba soybean crush plant would have a favourable per metric ton margin advantage over northern U.S. crush plants, based on sufficient bean supply, a conservative forecast for soybean meal marketing in Western Canada, and worst-case scenarios for freight.

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  • Us Minnesota Invests 5m In New Soy Crush Research Site

    Us Minnesota Invests 5m In New Soy Crush Research Site

    The small soybean crush facility will allow for research into new product development, including new feed ingredients, he said. Soybean producers in the northern part of the state predominately shipped their crop to China, he said. With the loss of that export market, there is a …

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  • Soy Innovation Campus Funding Passes Senate Finance Committee

    Soy Innovation Campus Funding Passes Senate Finance Committee

    Apr 17, 2019 For immediate release News contact: Drew Lyon, Communications Manager Minnesota Soybean | 507-995-9495 | [email protected] MANKATO, Minn. – Funding for a soybean crush and biodiesel facility in Crookston has passed a key hurdle in the Minnesota legislature.The proposed Soy Innovation Campus at the University of Minnesota Crookston will receive $5 million in funding as …

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  • Breaking Ground On Innovation  Auri

    Breaking Ground On Innovation Auri

    Jan 08, 2021 The process began in 2018 when the Minnesota Soybean Research & Promotion Council (MSRPC) devoted checkoff dollar funds for a feasibility study for a regional soybean crush and biodiesel facility in northwest Minnesota. Based on the study’s results, the city of Crookston, Minn. rose to the top of the list of potential homes for this facility.

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  • Soybean Crush Facility Ag Innovation Campus Set To Break

    Soybean Crush Facility Ag Innovation Campus Set To Break

    MANKATO, Minn. (KEYC) - A decade’s worth of soybean checkoff research and development to benefit Minnesota’s ag economy is set to break ground in Crookston this week. The Ag Innovation Campus is a 67,000 square-foot soybean crush facility. It will function as a specialty crushing facility to serve universities, commodity...

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  • Crookston Minn City Council Approves Ag Innovation Land

    Crookston Minn City Council Approves Ag Innovation Land

    Once established, the campus will be home to private industries to create products that benefit all parties, from farm gate to consumers. A fully operating AIC will create up to 60 jobs and could crush more than 60,000 tons per year of soybean meal — serving about 30% of the regional market.

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  • Soy Innovation Campus Funding Passes Senate Finance Committee

    Soy Innovation Campus Funding Passes Senate Finance Committee

    Apr 17, 2019 For immediate release News contact: Drew Lyon, Communications Manager Minnesota Soybean | 507-995-9495 | [email protected] MANKATO, Minn. – Funding for a soybean crush and biodiesel facility in Crookston has passed a key hurdle in the Minnesota legislature.The proposed Soy Innovation Campus at the University of Minnesota Crookston will receive $5 million in funding as …

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  • Ag Innovation Campus Breaks Ground In Crookston  Bemidji

    Ag Innovation Campus Breaks Ground In Crookston Bemidji

    CROOKSTON, Minn. — The Ag Innovation Campus broke ground Wednesday, Oct. 28, on a $5 million soybean crush plant in Crookston, Minn.

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  • Soybean Plant To Bring Up To 100 Jobs To Crookston

    Soybean Plant To Bring Up To 100 Jobs To Crookston

    Crookston is expected to gain up to 100 new jobs with the construction of a soybean processing plant. Epitome Energy announced last week that Crookston will be the location of its newest plant.

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  • Soy Crush Plant Would Benefit Manitoba Feasibility Study

    Soy Crush Plant Would Benefit Manitoba Feasibility Study

    A Manitoba soybean crush plant would have a favourable per metric ton margin advantage over northern U.S. crush plants, based on sufficient bean supply, a conservative forecast for soybean meal marketing in Western Canada, and worst-case scenarios for freight.

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  • Soybeans  Agricultureksgov

    Soybeans Agricultureksgov

    Kansas ranks 10th in soybean production with 204.5 million bushels, 5th in sunflower production with over 663,000 hundredweights in 2018, and 6th in canola production in with 62.0 million pounds in 2017. The state has two soybean crush facilities and one canola/sunflower crush facility.

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  • New 270 Million Soybean Crushing Plant Project Underway

    New 270 Million Soybean Crushing Plant Project Underway

    SHELL ROCK, IOWA — Mid-Iowa Cooperative, a farmer-owned cooperative based in east central Iowa, is partnering with Mike Kinley, chief executive officer of Mid-Iowa, to create Shell Rock Soy Processing (SRSP). Once operational in 2022, SRSP will crush 38.5 million bus of soybeans a year, or approximately 110,000 bus per day. Groundbreaking on the new soybean crushing plant is slated for …

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  • Soy Innovation Campus Moving Forward After Funding

    Soy Innovation Campus Moving Forward After Funding

    Soybean crush and biodiesel facility aims to reignite northwest Minnesota's ag economy. Jun 03, 2019 Funding for the Soy Innovation Campus at the University of Minnesota Crookston is no longer a pipe dream for the state’s agriculture sector as Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz signed the omnibus agriculture finance bill late last week that provides $5 ...

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  • Ag Innovation Campus Holding Groundbreaking Ceremony

    Ag Innovation Campus Holding Groundbreaking Ceremony

    After decades of soybean checkoff research and development, the Ag Innovation Campus (AIC) in Minnesota is ready to take a step forward. Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz will join a bipartisan group of elected officials in Crookston, Minn., this week for a groundbreaking ceremony to celebrate construction of a 67,000 sq. ft. soybean crush facility.

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  • Race Is On To Build North Dakotas First Soybean Crush

    Race Is On To Build North Dakotas First Soybean Crush

    Jul 10, 2020 JAMESTOWN, N.D. — The race is on to build North Dakota’s first soybean crush plant. The only question will be who gets it done. Gov. Doug Burgum was …

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  • Tristate Crush  Redwood Group

    Tristate Crush Redwood Group

    Facility Overview Tri-State Crush, located in Nappanee, Indiana, in the heart of Indiana’s organic and non-GMO growing area, operates an organic and non-GMO soybean crush plant. As long-standing members of the local community, the team at Tri-State Crush works closely with local producers to offer marketing advice, logistical services and new ...

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  • Crookston Minn City Council Approves Ag Innovation Land

    Crookston Minn City Council Approves Ag Innovation Land

    Once established, the campus will be home to private industries to create products that benefit all parties, from farm gate to consumers. A fully operating AIC will create up to 60 jobs and could crush more than 60,000 tons per year of soybean meal — serving about 30% of the regional market.

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  • Ag Innovation Campus Breaks Ground In Crookston

    Ag Innovation Campus Breaks Ground In Crookston

    CROOKSTON, Minn. — The Ag Innovation Campus broke ground Wednesday, Oct. 28, on a $5 million soybean crush plant in Crookston, Minn.

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  • Ag Innovation Campus Breaks Ground In Crookston

    Ag Innovation Campus Breaks Ground In Crookston

    — The Ag Innovation Campus broke ground Wednesday, Oct. 28, on a $5 million soybean crush plant in Crookston, Minn. Construction on the 67,000-square-feet plant on a 10-acre plot of land on the southwest edge of Crookston is slated to begin in April and the facility …

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  • Biodiesel Magazine  The Latest News And Data About

    Biodiesel Magazine The Latest News And Data About

    Apr 19, 2019 Funding for a soybean crush and biodiesel facility in Crookston has passed a key hurdle in the Minnesota legislature. The proposed Soy Innovation Campus at the University of Minnesota Crookston will receive $5 million in funding as part of a bill authored by Sen. Torrey Westrom (R-Elbow Lake), who chairs the Senate Agriculture, Rural Development and Housing Finance Committee.

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  • City Of Crookston Minnesota Approves Ag Innovation

    City Of Crookston Minnesota Approves Ag Innovation

    A fully operating AIC will create up to 60 jobs and could crush more than 60,000 tons per year of soybean meal—serving about 30 percent of the regional market. “We’re super excited to see the progress the Ag Innovation Campus is making,” said Craig Hoiseth, an AIC ex officio board member and executive director of the Crookston Housing ...

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  • Biodiesel Magazine  The Latest News And Data About

    Biodiesel Magazine The Latest News And Data About

    The Minnesota Soybean Research & Promotion Council plans to co-locate its new Soy Innovation Campus with Epitome Energy LLC’s proposed 30 MMgy biodiesel production and soybean crush facility in Northwest Minnesota, in the town of Crookston.

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  • Soy Crush Plant Would Benefit Manitoba Feasibility Study

    Soy Crush Plant Would Benefit Manitoba Feasibility Study

    A Manitoba soybean crush plant would have a favourable per metric ton margin advantage over northern U.S. crush plants, based on sufficient bean supply, a conservative forecast for soybean meal marketing in Western Canada, and worst-case scenarios for freight.

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  • Ag Innovation Campus Groundbreaking Ceremony

    Ag Innovation Campus Groundbreaking Ceremony

    The ceremony has been several years in the making. In 2018 the Minnesota Soybean Research & Promotion Council (MSR&PC) invested checkoff funds in a feasibility study to support a regional soybean crush and biodiesel facility in northwest Minnesota. From this work, Crookston emerged as the ideal location.

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  • New Soy Process Plant To Be Build In Northeast Iowa

    New Soy Process Plant To Be Build In Northeast Iowa

    Oct 13, 2020 “This will help expand farm income potential, and it will diversify the economy, which can benefit everyone.” The facility will produce 847,000 tons of soybean meal per year (2,420 tons per day) for livestock feed markets, 462 million pounds of crude soybean oil per year (1.32 million pounds per day), and 77,000 tons of pelleted soybean ...

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  • Cargill To Sell Two European Oilseed Processing Facilities

    Cargill To Sell Two European Oilseed Processing Facilities

    Aug 05, 2016 In the Netherlands, the transaction includes the soybean and rapeseed crush and soybean oil refining facility in the Port of Amsterdam as well as part of the bulk port terminal assets dedicated to supporting discharge and storage of raw materials for the crush plant.

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  • Cedar Valley Region Of Iowa Usa  Home  Facebook

    Cedar Valley Region Of Iowa Usa Home Facebook

    The facility will produce 847,000 tons of soybean meal per year (2,420 tons per day) for livestock feed markets, 462 million pounds of crude soybean oil per year (1.32 million pounds per day), and 77,000 tons of pelleted soybean hulls per year (220 tons per day).

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  • Minnesota Soybean Tracking Finance Bills  Radio 570 Wnax

    Minnesota Soybean Tracking Finance Bills Radio 570 Wnax

    He says if they can get the Senate version included in the final finance measure it will help them fund a new soybean crush facility in Crookston and improve the basis in that area. Smentek says the Senate bill would also help them put in a smaller specialty facility near the Crush plant. Smentek says these value-added projects would benefit ...

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  • What Benefits Southern Minnesota Also Benefits Those Up

    What Benefits Southern Minnesota Also Benefits Those Up

    Value-Added: Epitome Energy. Northwestern farmers see a potential value-added project on the horizon. If built, the proposed Epitome Energy Crookston processing plant, would mean a 30-million gallon biodiesel plant, a 21-million bushel soybean crush facility and a specialty oil operation.

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  • Northern Iowa Grain Processors Llc  Home

    Northern Iowa Grain Processors Llc Home

    Since 1996, Northern Iowa Grain Processors has been providing their customers the highest quality Non-GMO and Organic soybean meal and oil. NIGP is one of the oldest and largest processors of Organic and Non-GMO oilseed in the upper midwest.

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  • Ag Innovation Campus Breaks Ground In Crookston  Farm

    Ag Innovation Campus Breaks Ground In Crookston Farm

    FUTURE LOCAL PROCESSING: The new Ag Innovation Campus in Crookston will include a specialty crush facility and oil refining, offering a processing site for soybeans raised in northwest Minnesota. The 67,000-square-foot soybean crush facility will employ up to 70 staffers. Oct 28, 2020

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  • Potential Economic Impact And Basis Analysis Of A

    Potential Economic Impact And Basis Analysis Of A

    Apr 12, 2019 fully operational soybean crushing plant in Crookston will raise the basis by an estimated 10 to 20 cents per bushel. Economic Impact of Soybean Crush and Biodiesel Plant Construction: In total, construction of the plant will generate $134.0 million of economic activity in Polk County. This includes $43.1 million in labor income.

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  • In Crookston A Proposed Biodiesel Plant Would Create

    In Crookston A Proposed Biodiesel Plant Would Create

    A soybean-crushing facility slated for construction in 2021 near Crookston will help farmers in northern Minnesota who are now being paid less for soybeans …

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  • This Is Bold Ag Innovation   Minnesota Soybean

    This Is Bold Ag Innovation Minnesota Soybean

    Oct 28, 2020 In 2018 the Minnesota Soybean Research & Promotion Council (MSR&PC) invested checkoff funds in a feasibility study to support a regional soybean crush and biodiesel facility in northwest Minnesota. Crookston emerged as the ideal location. As the work progressed, a new vision for the Ag Innovation Campus evolved.

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  • Progress In St Paul For Crookston Soybean Crush

    Progress In St Paul For Crookston Soybean Crush

    Apr 18, 2019 According to the U of M study, the construction of the soybean and crush facilities would generate $134 million in economic activity and add an estimated 820 jobs, contributing nearly $323 million in new economic activity across northwest Minnesota.

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  • Ag Innovation Campus Breaks Ground In Crookston  Post

    Ag Innovation Campus Breaks Ground In Crookston Post

    CROOKSTON, Minn. — The Ag Innovation Campus broke ground Wednesday, Oct. 28, on a $5 million soybean crush plant in Crookston, Minn.

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  • Ag Innovation Campus Begins Construction In Crookston

    Ag Innovation Campus Begins Construction In Crookston

    The Ag Innovation Campus aims to produce about 64,000 tons of soybean meal, crushing about 8,000 bushels of soybeans per production day. That equates to 2.5 million bushels a year or 61,000 acres of soybeans. Once established, the Campus will be home to private industries to create products to benefit all parties, from farm gate to consumers.

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