The raw materials of corn-starch, protein, fiber and oil-are very versatile and found as an ingredient in many foods.
A major use for corn in ND is livestock feed, in whole or ground corn, corn silage, or dried distiller’s grains — a co-product of ethanol production.
The ND Corn Council is proud to support value-added research for development of products that use corn fibers. Read more about value-added research here.
Ethanol, the clean burning fuel made from corn, is produced in 5 plants in North Dakota. Learn more about ethanol here.
Fargo, N.D. – The North Dakota Corn Utilization Council (NDCUC) elected their executive officers to lead the organization and welcomed a new member, with terms effective as of April 1, […]
I mentioned last week that the second aspect of the fertility regimen corn farmers are face with that I wanted to discuss before plant 2017 really commenced was starter fertility. […]
As plant 2017 is nearing some parts of North Dakota, I am continuing to cover some pre-plant decisions that are being made. For at least the next two articles I […]
What is the earliest and latest you have ever planted corn on your farm, or that producers that you work with have planted? I encourage you to think about this […]
Choosing the correct corn hybrid(s) for your farm is the easiest way to gain (or lose) bushels, given you have already optimized most other management practices. In a North Dakota […]