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 and where to find it here.
NDSU Extension’s grain drying expert offers advice on drying crops.
The moisture content and temperature of grain play a big role in how long that grain can be stored without significant […]
The North Dakota Corn Utilization Council (NDCUC) members approved funding for 25 research projects in the 2021 fiscal year at their annual Research Summit on December 3, 2019. These projects […]
by Dr. Kenneth J. Hellevang; NDSU Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering
Poor growing and harvesting conditions this year have North Dakota producers concerned about the test weight of their corn.
“Many factors […]
BISMARCK, N.D. – By choosing Unleaded88, a higher-octane fuel containing 15 percent ethanol and 85 percent gasoline, drivers across North Dakota helped raise $1,600 for breast cancer awareness as part […]
by Kalidas Shetty and Dipayan Sarkar; NDSU Plant Science Department
Corn is an important commodity crop of North Dakota and corn industry is a major contributor to the state’s economy. […]
District 2: Jason Rayner, Finley, ND
North Dakota is divided into seven districts. These districts elect a member to serve producers on the North Dakota Corn Utilization Council. […]