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.
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. […]
by Dr. Janet Knodel, Professor and Extension Entomologist, North Dakota State University
Co-Investigator: Dr. Veronica Calles-Torrez, Post-Doctoral Scientist, North Dakota State University
The European corn borer (Figure 1) is […]
by Dr. Andrew Friskop
Extension Plant Pathologist, North Dakota State University
The North Dakota Corn Utilization Council (NDCUC) has provided financial support to conduct research on Goss’ wilt, a […]
District 1: Carson Klosterman, Wyndmere, ND
The North Dakota Corn Utilization Council (NDCUC) welcomed new board member Carson Klosterman of Wyndmere, ND at their April meeting in Fargo, […]