Scale Hours

 

Mon Apr  21st 7:30am to 3:30pm
     
Tue Apr  22nd 7:30am to 3:30pm
     
Wed Apr  23rd

7:30am to 3:30pm

     
Thur Apr  24th

7:30am to 3:30pm

     
Fri Apr  25th

NoCorn/DDGs

after 10AM. 

hrs 7:30a-10:00a

     
Mon Apr  28th 7:30am to 3:30pm

 

 ********Notice - NO CORN or DDGS on April 25th after 10AM Firm.  Al-Corn will be closed for Maintenance

 

Check Web site daily for hours

No Early Corn Delivery

Closed Saturday and Sunday

Al-Corn Clean Fuel will NOT ACCEPT any varieties of corn that are not approved for U.S. export.                    

 


 

To sell corn call:

          Mat Schaefer    (507) 681-7107

          mschaefer@al-corn.com

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Read Our March 2014 Newsletter

In this edition of the Al-Corn Clean Fuel newsletter, you will:

  • Get an update on operations, including capital projects on the horizon
  • Read the Manager’s Report on first quarter profits 
  • Learn more about the proposed reduction in the Renewable Fuels Standard and Al-Corn’s engagement on the issue
  • Receive firsthand comments from our Chairman on the importance of the ethanol industry

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About Al-Corn

Al-Corn Clean Fuel is a farmer-owned ethanol production cooperative in Claremont, MN. Al-Corn’s 500 members invest in the company financially and agree to deliver a quantity of corn to the plant determined by their investment. The “corn commitment” has been a key contributor to Al-Corn’s success. Annually Al-Corn grinds 17.5 million bushels of corn and produces 50 million gallons of ethanol. In addition, the plant produces 132,000 tons of high protein livestock feed and 12 million pounds of corn oil, we also capture 70,000 tons of beverage grade carbon dioxide, all of which are resold.

The cooperative model allows members and their communities to benefit from a secure local market and the co-op’s earnings and investments.

Al-Corn’s Vision

We continually strive to build a sustainable business that enriches our members and employees; enhances the economic vitality of our rural communitites; and positively impacts our world.

Cooperative Benefits

  • Stable and above average corn prices
  • A strong cash position to weather an uncertain economy
  • Risk spread among members
  • Members manage their own risk
  • Added value to member investments
  • Benefits to local families and communities

Contact Us

797 5th Street
Claremont, MN 55924
P: (507) 681-7100
E: lschlaak@al-corn.com