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First Major Missouri Biodiesel Plant Slated for Mexico (Mo.)

25 April 2005

Moberly Monitor. Mid-America Biofuels, a partnership that includes a Missouri farmer-owned biodiesel business, Archer Daniels Midland, Ray-Carroll County Grain Growers, and MFA Oil Company plans to build the state’s first major biodiesel plant  in Mexico, Missouri.

The facility will use soybean oil as feedstock and have capacity to produce 30 million gallons per year (some 82,000 gallons per day).

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