The approval of several value-added processing facilities in North Dakota has generated excitement for the future of animal agriculture in the state. Green Bison Soy Processing President Mike Keller says the Spiritwood facility is set to process 150,000 bushels of soybeans a day. “I think if you look across North Dakota, the availability of corn, soybeans, feed supplies is available and it’s encouraging to the growth of animal agriculture.” The Green Bison plant will produce just over 1.2 million tons of soymeal on an annual basis.
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