Badger State Ethanol (BSE) currently produces over 57 million gallons of ethanol per year through an enhanced dry-mill production facility in Monroe, Wisconsin. In addition to ethanol, BSE is the only plant in the world currently producing a high quality 50% corn protein (Dry Matter Basis) feed using patented Maximized Stillage Co-Products (MSC) technology (Watch our informative production process video to learn more). Additional feed products include corn oil for use in feed rations and biodiesel production plus dried distillers grain for ruminant rations. Carbon dioxide is also captured for use in the food industry.
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We love how oil companies want to keep us dependent on a dirty, climate warming, expensive fuel that is in short supply.
Isn't that just great?
Please contact Pete Raskovic at Ethanol Racing Research LLC at 608.214.3597
Michael Raskovic, New Glarus, WI, and driver of the American Ethanol-Sponsored #14 SuperTruck won this past weekend’s race with the Midwest Truck Series at Madison International Speedway. Raskovic held off current points leader, Camden Murphy, Itasca, IL, for the checkered flag!
The American Ethanol SuperTruck Series presented by the Wisconsin Corn Growers Asso. was launched in 2014. 17 year old Michael Raskovic, of New Glarus Wisconsin, drives the #14 E98 Ethanol-Powered SuperTruck.
Ethanol Racing and Michael Raskovic takes Center Stage at Madison International Speedway.
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