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Free Price Later ends Friday, August 25, 2017. We will go back to our normal Price Later fee schedule on Monday, August 28, 2017. Price Later fees are 5.5 cents per bushel per month, charged on a daily basis. Corn has 10 free days once delivered. If the corn is not sold within those ten days, price later fees start back to the day of delivery. Price Later is not available for our 2017 Wet Corn Program. Please call, email or text with any questions. Thank you for your business and consideration. Fall Harvest 2017 Wet Corn Announcement E Energy Adams will be offering a wet corn program this fall. Loads will have to be scheduled on a daily basis as we have limited drying capacity and limited working space. We will shrink corn 1.75% per point above 15.0% and will be shrunk to 15.0% moisture. The maximum moisture that we will receive has not been determined at this time. The maximum moisture will be determined based on corn supply and corn moistures in the fields around September 5th. Corn delivered under the wet corn program will have to be sold via a cash sale or a basis contract on or before delivery. Corn currently under contract will not be accepted for the wet corn program. Corn receiving hours will be dependent on weather conditions, moisture levels and drying capacity. Thank you for your consideration.

E Energy Adams, LLC
Mission Statement:


Our goal is to use locally grown grains to produce an environmentally friendly fuel which will add value to the local economy while generating profits for both our investor owners and area grain and livestock producers.



E Energy Adams, LLC was organized as a limited liability company on March 25, 2005 for the purpose of developing, building, and operating a nameplate 50 million gallon dry mill ethanol plant in southeast Nebraska. Our public company received SEC clearance in May 2006. We are a locally owned company consisting of nearly 800 investor owners. Dirt excavation work began in July of ‘06, followed by Fagen, Inc. mobilizing on site for start of construction on August 14th, 2006. We successfully completed construction and began operations in October 2007.

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