International Feed

Contact: 
Adel Yusupov
Phone: 
952-249-9818
P.O. Box 280
2075 Daniels St
Long Lake, MN 55356

List of commodities:
  • Distiller's dried grains with solubles
  • Corn gluten meal
  • Corn
  • Poultry by-product meal/poultry meat and bone meal
  • Pet food grade poultry by-product meal
  • Feather meal
  • Canola meal
  • Soybean meal
  • Soybeans.

International Feed

Contact: 
Mike Henderson
Phone: 
952-249-9818
P.O. Box 280
2075 Daniels St
Long Lake, MN 55356

List of commodities:
  • Distiller's dried grains with solubles
  • Corn gluten meal
  • Corn
  • Poultry by-product meal/poultry meat and bone meal
  • Pet food grade poultry by-product meal
  • Feather meal
  • Canola meal
  • Soybean meal
  • Soybeans.

International Feed

Contact: 
Derek Michalski
Phone: 
952-249-9818
P.O. Box 280
2075 Daniels St
Long Lake, MN 55356

List of commodities:
  • Distiller's dried grains with solubles
  • Corn gluten meal
  • Corn
  • Poultry by-product meal/poultry meat and bone meal
  • Pet food grade poultry by-product meal
  • Feather meal
  • Canola meal
  • Soybean meal
  • Soybeans.

Illinois Corn Processing

Contact: 
Greg Dare
Phone: 
309-478-4437
1301 South Front Street
Pekin, IL 61555

The Pekin dry mill facility has a nameplate capacity of 90 million gallons per year. The plant can operate in a wide variety of production scenarios in which product mix and run rates vary significantly. This flexibility enables ICP to adjust its operations to prevailing market conditions and customer demands, and maximize the value of its product portfolio.

ICP's location generally provides efficient access to raw materials and a variety of end-markets via barge, rail, and truck. Located on the banks of the Illinois River, ICP operates a river terminal that provides efficient transportation of bulk alcohol and distiller dried grains with solubles to desirable markets. The Pekin campus is serviced by a local short-line railroad giving ICP access to multiple Class 1 rail transportation options. Incoming and outgoing trucks have easy access to key Interstate corridors, placing several major metropolitan areas within economic reach of the facility. Additionally, Pekin is centrally located in the U.S Corn Belt, providing ample and cost-effective access to feedstock. Corn can also be brought in from other markets by rail or barge when the need arises

Enerfo USA, Inc.

Contact: 
Aaron Campbell
Phone: 
402-401-630
Contact: 
Meg Miller
Phone: 
402-401-6300

Based in Omaha, Nebraska, Enerfo USA, Inc. was founded to source quality agricultural products harvested in North America. Enerfo USA is deeply committed to forging synergistic commercial alliances with local and international producers and consumers of agricultural commodities. Enerfo USA, Inc. seeks to add value to its partners' supply chain management by leveraging on its strong market knowledge, logistics expertise and risk management skills, catering to their worldwide demand for products such as corn, soybeans, wheat, soybean meal and DDGS.

Al-Corn Clean Fuel

Contact: 
Randall Doyal
Phone: 
(507) 681-7100
Fax: 
(507) 681-7110

 Al-Corn is a farmer-owned ethanol production cooperative. Based in Claremont, Minnesota, the company’s mission is to add value to members' investments while providing sustainable and renewable products to the world. 

The company grinds 444,523 metric tons (17.5 million bushels) of corn annually and produces 50 million gallons of ethanol. The plant also produces 132,000 tons of high-protein livestock feed, 12 million pounds of corn oil and 70,000 tons of beverage-grade carbon dioxide.

 

 

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