Missouri is getting its first major biodiesel production plant. Mid-America Biofuels plans to build it at Mexico, Missouri. Chesterfield soybean grower Warren Stemme, Board Chairman for Mid-America Biofuels and President of the Missouri Soybean Association, hopes the plant may add value to soybeans. But Senator Kit Bond sees more than that, including what he calls a number of other uses for the soy oil. Ground is scheduled to be broken this summer for the plant, which is to have an annual capacity of 30-Million gallons. Mid-America Biofuels is a joint venture including a farmer-owned business and MFA Oil Company.
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