Clark County site of two major agribusiness projectsWisconsin Business
-- Ground will be broken this month for two major agriculture projects in Clark County.
OWEN - Ground will be broken this month for two major agriculture projects in Clark County.
A ceremony took place Monday afternoon to start the first building at the new Central Wisconsin Agri-Business Innovation Center in Owen.
On October 28th, a ceremony is planned to mark the start of construction for Dubay Bio-fuels – a facility that will use a cheese by-product called “whey permeate” to make ethanol.
The initial building at the Agri-Business Innovation center will have space for a business incubator, classrooms, meetings, labs, and offices. It will be located on Highway 29, next to land that’s been proposed as a permanent site for Wisconsin Farm Technology Days if the show ever wants to end its traveling status.
State Commerce Secretary Aaron Olver will attend the ground-breaking for the Greenwood bio-fuels plant, along with Caseus Energy CEO Alex Reyter.