Nearly one-third of Neb.'s ethanol plants have suspended output

02/5/2013 | York News-Times (York, Neb.)

Seven of the 24 ethanol plants in Nebraska have suspended operations because of the drought-induced spike in corn prices and narrowing margins. However, many of the plants that remain open are operating at capacity to meet demand, said Todd Sneller, administrator of the Nebraska Ethanol Board. Facilities in areas with high demand for distillers dried grains with solubles have a better chance of weathering the downturn, Sneller said.

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