Understanding Corn Processing Co-products Use in Livestock Feeds. John D. Lawrence, Iowa State University Darrell Mark, University of Nebraska. Outline. Trend in corn processing Implications for corn prices Cellulosic ethanol potential Types of corn processing
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Understanding Corn Processing Co-products Use in Livestock Feeds
John D. Lawrence, Iowa State University
Darrell Mark, University of Nebraska
Source: National Corn Growers Association
STARCH, SWEETNER, ALCOHOL
SEM, screenings, dist solubles
WET CORN GLUTEN FEED
DRY CORN GLUTEN FEED
Further processed into 33# of sweetener
or 2.5 gallons of ethanol.
GRIND, WET, COOK
ALCOHOL & CO2
Source: Erickson & Klopfenstein