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Could we blow through our soybean supply by replacing petroleum with soy oil?
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Posted 12/6/2018 21:53 (#7154399 - in reply to #7152654)
Subject: RE: Could we blow through our soybean supply by replacing petroleum with soy oil?


South West MN
cvforsberg - 12/6/2018 09:12

A much better idea than ethanol
Crushing beans puts more livestock feed on market and takes away 0 in the process
Ethanol does bring feed to the market but at the cost of taking away corn
Everybody likes to point out that ddgs come from ethanol but there’s no starch (energy) and it takes more than protein to finish livestock
Crushing more beans would bring more soymeal which is the desired protein source for animal feed but can’t compete with mandated government created ethanol


No energy in ddgs you say?

Might want to google that.
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