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Company Makes Dry Cattle Feed Pellets from Ethanol Byproduct

Submitted by on October 7, 2016 – 1:15 pmNo Comment

(Associated Press/Centre Daily News)  A Nebraska company has found a way to make dry cattle feed pellets from an ethanol byproduct without adding any binding ingredients.

Platte Valley Distillers says it has secured the rights to a patented technique that will allow it to make feed pellets in Lexington that can be easily transported for possible export.

Ethanol plants routinely sell distillers grain as a livestock feed, but their market tends to be limited to the area near their plants because wet distillers grain can be costly to ship and the dry version of the feed tends to fall apart or spoil.

Specialized equipment will be used to press distillers grain into a cube and apply heat to form a protective outer layer.  READ MORE and MORE (Ethanol Producer Magazine)

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