distillers' grain

distillers' grain

n
(Veterinary Science) a by-product of the distillation process for making whisky, used as an animal foodstuff
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At nameplate capacity, the Company's plants are capable of producing 230 million gallons of fuel grade ethanol and up to 720,000 tons of dried distillers' grain annually.
BioFuel has long-term contracts with Cargill to handle corn procurement and the sale of ethanol and distillers' grain for its plants.
In addition, a 20,000 head livestock feedlot is being developed to utilize the "sweetwater" and distillers' grain.
GreenShift's corn oil extraction technologies make possible the production of biodiesel from inedible corn oil, a previously untapped feedstock entrained in the distillers' grain co-product of corn ethanol production.
When operating at nameplate capacity, the Company's plants are expected to be able to produce 230 million gallons of fuel grade ethanol and up to 720,000 tons of dried distillers' grain annually.
CHS is one of the largest merchandisers of distillers' grains.
distillers' grains hit record levels: Japanese imports of distillers dried grains with solubles (DDGS) have risen to record levels as the country seeks alternatives to more costly feed materials.
Distillers' grains are a nutritious, high-protein livestock feed.
As an integral part of the production process, the Ensus plant will create a significant tonnage of distillers' grains for use as a high protein stock feed.
CBE will also sell distillers' grains, the after-product of its ethanol plants, to local cattle feeders.
We have had a very strong relationship with the Union Pacific Railroad for almost 20 years, and look forward to capitalizing on 100-car unit train ethanol and dried distillers' grains capabilities while optimizing supply-chain efficiencies," said Mark Beemer, president and CEO.
One option originally considered was the use of distillers' grains as fuel for the plant.