Ag Innovation News

Apr–Jun, 2004

Vol. 13, No. 2

This edition of Ag Innovation News was originally published in approximately April of 2004.

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  Morris, Minn. – A farmer-owned ethanol cooperative is lickin’ up markets for livestock feed supplements. Since its start-up in 2002, Golden Lyk, a
  Faribault, Minn. – Setting itself apart from the competition has kept Faribault Mills in business for 140 years. This year, the woolen mill
  Back in 1865, a German immigrant settled in the small farming community of Faribault and began a business carding wool. Carl Klemer’s fledgling
  Seven people representing Minnesota agriculture have been named to the the Minnesota Center for Producer-Owned Energy board of directors. Established by a USDA
  Minneapolis, Minn. – Flicking on a light switch or firing up the blender may soon come courtesy of a lowly source – vegetable
  Morris, Minn.- The city of Morris is no stranger to ag-based power. Corn is turned to ethanol at the Morris DENCO plant, and
What do door lubricants, garbage bags, lawn fertilizers, carpet backing and weapons’ grease have in common? All can be made from farm crops –
Moorhead, Minn. – The international marketplace may be huge and daunting, but that doesn’t mean it takes a dinosaur-size company to reach it. Just
This fall, the United States Department of Agriculture awarded $10 million in grants to 10 agricultural innovation centers throughout the country – including AURI’s
Cold Spring, Minn.- Mississippi Topsoils, a company that helps plants grow, is doing some growing of its own. The premium compost manufacturer is expanding