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Midwest AgEnergy

The business is located in industrial park at Spiritwood.

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Midwest AgEnergy’s Dakota Spirit location has been bringing value to Spiritwood and the Jamestown area by providing good jobs, economic activity and a local market for farmers’ corn. Producing renewable fuel is good for the local economy and good for our country’s future. This photo is advertorial content that is part of the 2022 "Jamestown Has It" special edition of The Jamestown Sun. The annual Progress Edition features stories on unique experiences in small business, dining and culture in Jamestown.
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