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ICM Technology Produces Solutions for Animal Nutrition

Submitted by on December 6, 2017 – 10:54 amNo Comment

(ICM/Ethanol Producer Magazine) ICM Inc., a global leading biofuels process technology provider, has announced two scientific studies funded by third parties, which were completed by the University of Guelph, Ontario, Canada, and the University of Nebraska–Lincoln, U.S. The data supports the production of value added animal nutrition solutions for protein production is successfully achievable with ICM’s patented Fiber Separation Technology and patented Fiber Separation Technology Next Gen (both referenced below as FST). This scientific development provides a significant opportunity for both ethanol plants and animal producers to capture increased profits.

FST is a value-added platform technology that removes fiber from the corn mash prior to fermentation.  This allows for the production of two feed products, FST hi protein DDG (HPDDG) which has protein levels at approximately 43 percent w/w dry basis and fiber plus syrup. Other benefits of the FST include providing up to 10 percent increased ethanol throughput and up to 15 percent increase corn oil production.   READ MORE

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