Dry-Grind Ethanol Production: Economic Sensitivity. Douglas G. Tiffany Research Fellow University of Minnesota. Today’s Discussion. Work arose from “Factors Associated with Success of Fuel Ethanol Producers” written w/ Vernon Eidman Funding: USDA Rural Development
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Douglas G. Tiffany
University of Minnesota
Funding: USDA Rural Development
MN Ag. Experiment Station
or $.067 per bushel ground.
@$1.35--- profits of $.56/ bu.
- 60% “continuous yeast propagators”
- many batches in same tank; antibiotics used
- 40% batch yeast, make fresh batches from purchased yeast