Feed Energy will exhibit at the 16th Distillers Grains Symposium in St. Louis, MO, May 15-17.
At the end of 2012, it is expected that more than 80% of the nation’s ethanol plants will be extracting the corn oil from their dried distiller grains. The removal of corn oil reduces the amount of fatty acids in dried distiller grains, reducing the available energy in poultry and livestock diets. Producers should not expect the same energy levels from their dried distiller grains that they may be getting today.
At the Distillers Grains Symposium, Feed Energy will be showcasing its customized products that work well with high distiller grains diets to put the energy back into the feed ration. You will find Feed Energy’s representatives at Booth 5.
Feed Energy is an innovative agribusiness firm primarily engaged in further refining vegetable oil as a high-energy, liquid feed ingredient. The company produces and distributes scientifically balanced ingredients specific to their customers’ needs throughout the Midwest. Feed Energy's headquarters and original production facility have been in Des Moines for over 25 years, with additional Iowa production and distribution facilities in Sioux City and Pacific Junction.