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150 million soybean crushing facility planned for Waupun

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A soybean field with variations in plant color along Missouri Road near Marshall in Dane County is shown in September. A 150 million soybean crushing plant is planned for Waupun, it was announced

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  • Lack of soybean crushing facilities in Wisconsin costly
    Lack of soybean crushing facilities in Wisconsin costly

    Its a bountiful harvest, but every year Wisconsin soybean growers pay a hefty price to have their crop processed at outofstate facilities because there isnt a bean crushing plant available to

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  • Crushers US Soy
    Crushers US Soy

    Crushers U.S. Soybean Crushings Surge to Record Levels in October. Rob Hatchett Nov 20, 2019. The National Oilseed Processor Association NOPA issued October soybean crush and stocks data on Friday, November 15.

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  • China Trade War Rattles Investors In New Us Soy
    China Trade War Rattles Investors In New Us Soy

    WSBCP LLC, or the Wisconsin Soybean Crushing Plant, is struggling to find backers for the state39s first soy processing facility because of uncertainty in agricultural and financial markets over the trade conflict, said Phil Martini, chief executive of industrial contractor C.R. Meyer amp Sons Co, who is overseeing the project.

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  • Fact Sheet Proposed Waupun Soybean Processing Facility
    Fact Sheet Proposed Waupun Soybean Processing Facility

    It is expected that farmers will plant 2.2 million acres of soybean in WI in 2018. The proposed instate crushing facility aims to reduce costs for farmers, keep jobs in Wisconsin, reduce wear and tear on infrastructure and contribute positively to the Waupun and state economy.

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  • 150M Soybean Crushing Facility May Be Coming To Eastern
    150M Soybean Crushing Facility May Be Coming To Eastern

    WAUPUN, Wis. AP Developers plan to build a 150 million soybean processing plant at an industrial park in eastern Wisconsin. Waupun officials announced the project developed by the Wisconsin Soybean Crushing Plant in a press release on Wednesday, The Daily Citizen reported.

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  • Air permit hearing held for Waupun soybean plant
    Air permit hearing held for Waupun soybean plant

    The 150 million project, developed by Wisconsin Soybean Crushing Plant LLC, is expected to employ 39 fulltime staff and have an estimated payroll of 2.2 million. Construction is expected to

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  • Nongmo Soybeans Crush Green Agweb
    Nongmo Soybeans Crush Green Agweb

    NonGMO Soybeans Crush Green by Sonja and started planning and designing a nonGMO crushing plant. the group purchased used soybean crushing equipment to occupy about onethird of their

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  • Wisconsin Ag Connection State039s First Soybean Crush
    Wisconsin Ag Connection State039s First Soybean Crush

    States First Soybean Crush Plant to be Built in Waupun Wisconsin Ag Connection 06072018 After a dozen years of studying the feasibility of the idea, Wisconsin will finally get its very own soybean crushing facility.

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  • US Wisconsin sets sights on first soybean crush facility
    US Wisconsin sets sights on first soybean crush facility

    Wisconsin is the 12th largest soybean producers in the US, but is unable to process the soybeans grown instate into soybean meal for animal feed, soy protein, or soy oil, the city said. Currently, instate soybeans are sent out of state for processing then returned for use in animal production.

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  • Newsroom
    Newsroom

    It is expected that farmers will plant 2.2 million acres of soybean in WI in 2018. Despite its significant soybean production, Wisconsin does not currently have an instate crushing facility to process soybeans into soy oil, soy protein and soy meal used for animal feed. Currently, soybeans grown in Wisconsin must be shipped out of state for

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  • China Trade War Rattles Investors In New Us Soy
    China Trade War Rattles Investors In New Us Soy

    The U.S.China trade war is spooking potential investors in soybean crushing plants planned for Wisconsin and New York state, developers said, casting doubt on the future of a sector that had been

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  • New Soy Plant Captures Niche Market For Dairy Feed Auri
    New Soy Plant Captures Niche Market For Dairy Feed Auri

    A new soybean crushing plant in the heart of dairy country will help farmers boost milk production. Benchmark Ag LLC plans to build a 14 million expeller plant to manufacture highbypass protein soybean meal a specialty dairy cow feed in Cannon Falls, Minn. The plant will supply feed to milk producers in southeast Read More New soy plant captures niche market for dairy feed

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  • Waupun Selected As Site For First Wisconsin Soybean
    Waupun Selected As Site For First Wisconsin Soybean

    Waupun selected as site for first Wisconsin soybean crushing facility, would bring 39 jobs. With approval, the site would open in 2020, be located in the Waupun Industrial Park and bring 39 full

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  • Wisconsin Ag Connection State39s First Soybean Crush
    Wisconsin Ag Connection State39s First Soybean Crush

    State39s First Soybean Crush Plant to be Built in Waupun Wisconsin Ag Connection 06072018 After a dozen years of studying the feasibility of the idea, Wisconsin will finally get its very own soybean crushing facility.

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  • Nopa Plant Locations Nopa
    Nopa Plant Locations Nopa

    NEBRASKA Ag Processing Inc Hastings Archer Daniels Midland Co. Fremont, Lincoln. NORTH CAROLINA Cargill, Inc. Fayetteville, Raleigh Perdue Grain and Oilseed, LLC Cofield. NORTH DAKOTA Archer Daniels Midland Co. Enderlin, Velva Cargill, Inc. West Fargo. OHIO Archer Daniels Midland Co. Fostoria Bunge North America, Inc

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  • Wisconsin Soybean Marketing Board Resources For Soy Growers
    Wisconsin Soybean Marketing Board Resources For Soy Growers

    It is always an exciting and interesting time to be a corn or soybean grower or a pork producer. CornSoy Expo is a joint effort of the Wisconsin Corn Growers Association, Wisconsin Soybean Association, and Wisconsin Pork Association. Please enjoy your educational time at the sessions and meeting with the exhibitors in our trade show.

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  • Lack Of Soybean Crushing Facilities In Wisconsin Costly
    Lack Of Soybean Crushing Facilities In Wisconsin Costly

    It39s a bountiful harvest, but every year Wisconsin soybean growers pay a hefty price to have their crop processed at outofstate facilities because there isn39t a bean crushing plant available to

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  • China Trade War Rattles Investors In New Us Soy Processing
    China Trade War Rattles Investors In New Us Soy Processing

    The U.S.China trade war is spooking potential investors in soybean crushing plants planned for Wisconsin and New York state, developers said, casting doubt on the future of a sector that had been

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  • Wisconsin May Get 150M Soybean Crushing Facility
    Wisconsin May Get 150M Soybean Crushing Facility

    Wisconsin may get 150M soybean crushing facility WAUPUN Developers plan to build a 150 million soybean processing plant at an industrial park in eastern Wisconsin.

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  • Soybean Plant Moves Forward Crops
    Soybean Plant Moves Forward Crops

    The Wisconsin Soybean Marketing Board and the city of Waupun announced June 6 a joint effort to solicit development of what would be Wisconsins first soybeancrushing facility. It would be located on cityowned land in Waupuns industrial park. The plant would be located on a 66.5acre site selected following a sitespecific feasibility study.

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  • Wisconsin sees increased interest in soybean crushing
    Wisconsin sees increased interest in soybean crushing

    Wisconsin may be adding more soybeancrushing facilities to make way for increased biodiesel production in the state. A feasibility study completed this fall by the Wisconsin Soybean Marketing Board determined that a soybeanprocessing plant in the region could successfully compete in the U.S. industry.

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  • 150 million soybean crushing facility planned for Waupun
    150 million soybean crushing facility planned for Waupun

    A soybean field with variations in plant color along Missouri Road near Marshall in Dane County is shown in September. A 150 million soybean crushing plant is planned for Waupun, it was announced

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