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Little Sioux Corn Processors announces new leadership

Marcus-Iowa based ethanol producer contracted with N Bowdish Company for asset management services.

Little Sioux Corn Processors

Little Sioux Corn Processors (LSCP), an ethanol production company owned by more than 700 local investors in Marcus, Iowa, has contracted with N Bowdish Company to provide asset management services for its facility in Marcus.

Nick Bowdish, president and CEO of N Bowdish, will lead the Little Sioux Corn Processors business beginning July 1, 2023 as president and CEO.

LSCP joins Elite Octane based in Atlantic, Iowa, and Siouxland Ethanol based in Jackson, Nebraska, in a growing list of companies under Bowdish’s leadership.

“We are pleased to engage N Bowdish Company as we position our business for continued success,” said Ron Wetherell, who has served for 19 years as board chair at LSCP. “Nick has a successful track record and the ability to keep LSCP on an upward trajectory from the solid foundation built by Steve Roe.”

Bowdish said  Roe has done a tremendous job building LSCP into an efficient, value-added agricultural enterprise in northwest Iowa.

"I respect and admire his industry-leading efforts and wish Steve all the best in his retiremen," said Bowdish. "I look forward to working with the current staff and board of directors to capitalize on the opportunities ahead.”

Little Sioux Corn Processors commenced operations in April 2003 and produces approximately 165 million gallons of ethanol per year.        

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