Ethanol process creates feed products

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Lou Armentano discusses what happens to corn when it’s processed for ethanol.

Time – 3:04 minutes

0:16 – What happens to corn in the ethanol plant
0:34 – What comes out the other end of the ethanol process
1:23 – What people do with byproduct
1:58 – How byproduct is used on dairy farms
2:40 – Size of ethanol business
2:55 – Lead out



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