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21Sep

Pink at the Pump® Campaign Raises Awareness for Breast Cancer

September 21st, 2020|Categories: General Information, North Dakota Corn Utilization Council|

 

North Dakota retailers are pretty in pink this October. Eighteen Unleaded88 fuel retailers across the state are participating in the third annual Pink at the Pump® campaign to raise funds for breast cancer awareness while increasing consumer awareness about Unleaded88 – a higher octane fuel containing 15 percent ethanol and 85 percent gasoline. Participating retailers will donate three cents of every gallon of Unleaded88 sold from Oct. 1-31 to North Dakota Women’s Way.

“North Dakota’s corn growers are proud to be a partner in this effort,” says Terry Wehlander, North Dakota Corn Utilization Council chairman. “Ethanol is the world’s cleanest source of fuel octane. By choosing Unleaded88 during October, consumers are fighting breast cancer at the pump while supporting North Dakota’s corn farmers.”

Unleaded88 is a fuel blend containing 15 percent ethanol, just five percent more ethanol than E10, the most commonly used fuel in the U.S. Unleaded88 is often sold at a 5- to 10-cent per-gallon discount to E10 and is approved by the Environmental Protection Agency for use in all 2001 and newer vehicles.

Map of Participating Retailers
19Aug

North Dakota farmers and ranchers remain resilient while navigating through COVID-19 Challenges

August 19th, 2020|Categories: General Information, News Releases, North Dakota Corn Utilization Council|

By Amber Boeshans, North Dakota Livestock Alliance Executive Director

As the entire world continues to adjust to the COVID-19 challenges and pending post-pandemic reality, North Dakota’s agricultural producers and processors are feeling the pressure.

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19Aug

The Impacts of COVID-19 on US Ethanol

August 19th, 2020|Categories: General Information, News Releases, North Dakota Corn Utilization Council|

By David Ripplinger, North Dakota State University Department of Agribusiness and Applied Economics

Like many parts of the economy, the spread COVID-19 has had a devastating impact on the US corn ethanol industry.  Stay-at-home orders issued beginning in mid-March had an immediate impact on passenger travel and fuel use.  In response, ethanol production was quickly curtailed dramatically reducing corn use and price.

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4Aug

The Impacts of COVID-19 on US Ethanol

August 4th, 2020|Categories: General Information, News Releases, North Dakota Corn Utilization Council|

By David Ripplinger, North Dakota State University Department of Agribusiness and Applied Economics

Like many parts of the economy, the spread COVID-19 has had a devastating impact on the US corn ethanol industry.  Stay-at-home orders issued beginning in mid-March had an immediate impact on passenger travel and fuel use.  In response, ethanol production was quickly curtailed dramatically reducing corn use and price.

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27Jul

Get To Know Your Council Members:

July 27th, 2020|Categories: North Dakota Corn Utilization Council|

Get To Know Your Council Members:

District 5 – Terry Wehlander

North Dakota is divided into seven districts.  These districts elect a member to serve producers on the North Dakota Corn Utilization Council. Terry Wehlander of DeLamere, ND represents those producers in District 5. District 5 is comprised of Ransom and Sargent Counties. (more…)

11May

Get To Know Your Council Members:

May 11th, 2020|Categories: North Dakota Corn Utilization Council|

District 4: Tysen Rosenau, Carrington, ND

North Dakota is divided into seven districts. These districts elect a member to serve producers on the North Dakota Corn Utilization Council. Tysen Rosenau of Carrington, ND represents those producers in District 4. District 4 is comprised of Eddie, Foster, Griggs, Stutsman and Barnes Counties.

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10Mar

Get To Know Your Council Members:

March 10th, 2020|Categories: North Dakota Corn Utilization Council|

District 3: Bill Wagner, Neche, ND

North Dakota is divided into seven districts.  These districts elect a member to serve producers on the North Dakota Corn Utilization Council. William Wagner of Neche, ND represents those producers in District 3. District 3 is comprised of Williams, Divide, Burke, Mountrail, Ward, Renville, Bottineau, McHenry, Rolette, Pierce, Benson, Towner, Cavalier, Ramsey, Pembina, Walsh, Nelson and Grand Forks Counties.

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7Feb

2019 NDCUC Annual Report

February 7th, 2020|Categories: North Dakota Corn Utilization Council|

The North Dakota Corn Utilization Council publishes an annual report and year in review at the end of each fiscal year. To receive a free copy of a report, or to sign up for future free publications from the North Dakota Corn Utilization Council please send a note to  or call 701-566-9322.

View the 2019 Annual Report online below. (more…)

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