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Operation of a soybean crush and biodiesel facility in Polk County would generate $322.8 million in new economic activity and support 330 new jobs in the region, making it the ideal location to help grow the northwest region of Minnesota. Learn more. 



 The Soy Innovation Campus would have a specialty crushing facility, which would allow universities and commodity groups access to affordable processing that will drive down costs while promoting growth of value-added  products. Learn more



The Soy Innovation campus would be home to private, value-added agricultural companies. Additionally,  University of Minnesota, Crookston students would receive hands-on training in process engineering that could benefit MN agribusinesses. Learn more