Alpha Media photo

July 28, 2022

WATERTOWN, S.D.–Late July is when the quantity and quality of South Dakota’s corn crop begins to come into focus.

It’s of great importance to ethanol plants, which need corn to make the renewable fuel.

Jim Seurer is the president and CEO of Glacial Lakes Energy, which owns and operates four ethanol plants in northeast South Dakota…

Glacial Lakes’ four ethanol plants in Watertown, Aberdeen, Huron and Mina, purchase a combined 125 million bushels of corn each year.