Vol. 25, No. 2
Ag Innovation News
–by Ashley Harguth The board of directors of the Agricultural Utilization Research Institute welcomed two new directors at its regularly scheduled February meeting. The
Research sponsored by Minnesota Corn Research & Promotion Council (MCRPC) and AURI indicates rations high in reduced-fat distillers grains (the high protein ethanol coproduct)
Those dedicated to state economic growth have begun formulating a plan to improve investment access in the food and agricultural areas for Minnesota’s entrepreneurs.
Introducing a new crop to Minnesota isn’t easy. A wide range of plants can grow in the state’s fertile soils, but crops also need
From multinational corporations to individual entrepreneurs, Minnesota is home to a broad range of food companies. A 2010 report from the University of Minnesota’s
What if mustard seed was used to not only make prepared mustard, but also the bottle that contained the condiment sitting on the grocery
Meeting consumer demand for foods with familiar ingredients is one of the biggest trends in food today. A recent Harris Poll survey indicates that
Foster long-term economic benefit for Minnesota through value-added agricultural products.
–by Ashley Harguth Slow melting ice cream Researchers from the University of Edinburgh and the University of Dundee, both in the United Kingdom, discovered