Oilseed crops present an opportunity for farmers in the Northeast to diversify with a crop typically grown in the Midwestern and Great Plains regions. Many of the crops are adaptable and have been grown in the Northeast–some for a number of years, and others only recently. These crops can be used for biofuels or can be sold as edible oils. This guide will help you understand the pressing and refining processes.
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