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Scoular Launching Canola MVP Program in Kansas and Oklahoma to Expand Production

Scoular is partnering with Kansas and Oklahoma farmers through the launch of a new program called Canola MVP designed to support the expansion of production to feed the growing renewables market.

This programs will provide producers with: ~ Access to Kansas State and Oklahoma State University agronomists who will give guidance on seed varieties and growing practices.

~ Connection to Scoular originators and successful canola growers to answer localized production-relation questions.

~ Current local delivery points, including Scoular’s Pratt, Wellington, Coolidge, and Goodland, Kansas, locations.

In March 2023, Scoular announced it was converting a facility in Goodland to a dual oilseed crush plant with projections for it coming online in the fall of 2024. For farmers, canola can increase revenue, and with wheat-canola rotations, can increase profitability by 20 percent more than a continuous wheat rotation.

And because of its high oil content, canola is highly valued by the renewable fuels sector, particularly for use in the growing renewable diesel and sustainable aviation fuel markets, which are projected to grow to over 5 billion gallons by 2025.


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