Farmers, ranchers see benefits from ethanol byproduct

08/29/2007 | Houston Chronicle (tiered subscription model)

Some farmers are benefiting from the ethanol boom through the use of a byproduct of ethanol plants -- distillers grains. The grains serve as a high-protein livestock feed, normally dried for shipping, but farmers who live near the plants can save money by buying it wet.

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