By Todd Neeley
DTN Staff Reporter
HURLEY, S.D. (DTN) -- A brisk wind whipped around corn stover particles flying out the back of a combine on Darrin Ihnen's 4,000-acre farm near Hurley, S.D.
To the naked eye there was nothing spectacular about the combines mowing down fields dried in the late-summer heat, but a closer look revealed something different: Extra attachments had been added to these monstrosities by ethanol-producing giant Poet as a way for farmers to become part of the future of cellulosic ethanol.