Ag Innovation News

Jul–Sep, 2007

Vol. 16, No. 3

This edition of Ag Innovation News was originally published in approximately July of 2007.

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Need fosters innovation — whether it’s approaching a problem from a different perspective or creating something new. Innovation in large companies generally comes from
  The cost of chowing down is going up. High corn prices — driven by exploding ethanol demand — have pushed up livestock feed
Marshall, Minn. — A new product idea can only succeed if the research bears it out. Glycerin, as a renewable fuel, didn’t pass the
Waseca, Minn. — Being called “dense” is not a compliment — unless you’re biomass. Interest in biomass energy is growing nationwide. Power plants are
Waseca, Minn. — The information age is thriving in the agricultural industry, as evidenced by traffic surges to www.auri.org. “Every month there are tens
Waseca, Minn. — Biomass-pellet stoves are popular with home owners and with large industrial complexes. But another opportunity lies somewhere in between. Many light-industrial