Green Bison Soy Processing is ready to process this year’s soybean crop. The Spiritwood, North Dakota facility will have the capacity to process 150,000 bushels of soybeans per day. “We’re expecting for the first soybeans to be delivered to Spiritwood the week of September 18,” said Mike Keller, president. Bids are available through July of 2024. North Dakota produces 200 million soybeans each year. “This facility will process upwards of 25 percent of that production on a yearly basis.” Green Bison is a joint venture between ADM and Marathon Petroleum. The Spiritwood plant will produce a soybean oil feedstock that will be further processed at the Marathon Petroleum facility in Dickinson for renewable diesel fuel. Listen to the full interview.
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