Ag Innovation News

Oct–Dec, 2005

Vol. 14, No. 4

This edition of Ag Innovation News was originally published in approximately October of 2005.

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  Redwood Falls, Minn. — Every fall, Eric Woodford makes dozens of house calls to deliver bundles of joy throughout southwest Minnesota. In Woodford’s
Bio-Match AURI showcased innovations in ag-based products and renewable energy at Farmfest 2005, an annual agricultural fair held in early August near Redwood Falls,
Morris, Minn. — A west-central Minnesota community may become a new kind of cow town. Morris officials want to build an anaerobic cattle-manure digester
Minneapolis, Minn. — This winter, entrepreneur Gregg Mast invites you to curl up in front of a nice, cozy crop-residue fire. Mast’s start-up company,
Benson, Minn. — After more than five years of discussions, public meetings, planning and permitting, construction has begun on the nation’s first power plant
Brewster biodiesel overflows mandate Brewster, Minn. — Fuel flowing from Minnesota’s newest and largest biodiesel refinery will increase Minnesota’s overall capacity to 60 million
1. How many Btu’s can Earthtech Energy pellets produce per hour? a. 500 b. 8,000 c. 17,000 2. What is the annual biodiesel production