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(Inset) "Prime the Pump Fund's" (PPF) Chairman Ray Defenbaugh, Big River Resources, accepts a $225,000 donation from Syngenta's Chris Tingle.
14 that United Cooperative had joined forces with Big River Resources LLC, of West Burlington, Iowa, and Rumbold & Kun Inc., of Wyoming, Ill., to form Big River United Energy LLC, which will own the plant.
Big River Resources was formed as a cooperative in 1992, later changing into a holding company.
Brookings, SD-based US BioEnergy Corporation and West Burlington, IA-based Big River Resources, LLC recently announced an agreement to jointly construct a 100-million-gallon-per-year dry grind ethanol facility near Grinnell, IA.
"Big River Resources brings higher corn prices and good jobs to a bi-state region," said RFA president Bob Dinneen.
* Iowa's Des Moines County supervisors have earmarked $10,000 for a study on a new ethanol plant operated by Big River Resources. The cooperative hopes to raise $100,000 for a feasibility study and organizing effort aimed at developing a 15-million bushel plant with an annual payroll of $30,000 to $40,000.
According to facility manager Edgar Seward, the Big River Resources ethanol plant is expected to generate enough of the alternative fuel in one year's time "to fill 30 million cars with 10-percent blend one time."