Ringneck Energy's ethanol plant finally is up and running

 Jun 17 2019

About four years after dirt first was moved on the site just south of Onida, South Dakota, Ringneck Energy’s ethanol plant finally is in full production, turning 80,000 bushels of corn every day into 225,000 gallons of ethanol, says Walt Wendland.

He’s president and CEO of Ringneck Energy and will host an open house for Ringneck’s 190 investors/shareholders on June 25 in the Sully County Phoenix Center on Main Street in Onida.

“We expect probably 150,” Wendland told the Capital Journal. “We will have a lunch and then give them a tour of the plant. “

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