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East Kansas Agri-Energy Posts Milo Bids

East Kansas Agri-Energy in Garnett posted cash bids for milo, giving producers in Kansas local market options as many farmers face late plant and re-plant conditions with sorghum.

“We are excited to see ethanol plants like Kansas Agri-Energy step in and provide options for sorghum that will give farmers a known market this fall,” said National Sorghum Producers board member Larry Dahlsten, a farmer from Lindsborg, Kansas. "Farmers in Kansas and Missouri have faced challenging planting conditions this spring, but there is time to get a sorghum crop in that has good yield potential and there continues to be strong demand for milo and other feed grains."

For more information about current bids, visit the East Kansas Agri-Energy website.

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