Posts by tag: Minnesota Wheat Research and Promotion Council
By AURI This edition of Seeing Around Corners addresses an issue of increasing discussion with regard to digestibility of foods: Fermentable Oligo-, Di-, Monosaccharides and Polyols, or FODMAPs for short. FODMAPS are defined as a collection of short-chain carbohydrates (sugars) found naturally in many foods and food additives, which the gut doesn’t properly absorb. Instead, […]
–by Ashley Harguth The board of directors of the Agricultural Utilization Research Institute welcomed two new directors at its regularly scheduled February meeting. The new directors are: John Schafer Minnesota Beef Council Schafer raises Hereford cattle and crops in Buffalo Lake, Minnesota. “I’m honored to be elected to serve on AURI’s board of directors. AURI’s […]
For decades, checkoff dollars raised through the sale of commodities have funded projects that have escalated new uses and markets for ag products. Learn more.
Roseau, Minn. – Gasifiers can turn crop waste into electricity, but can they turn waste into fertilizer? A project in Minnesota’s northland will find out. The City of Roseau is sponsoring a demonstration project to gasify biomass, creating syngas. Hydrogen from the syngas will be precipitated through a catalyst to produce ammonia, which could be […]