Preliminary okay given to milling project to process white sorghum into flour

23 Feb 2024


BEATRICE – Preliminary approval has been given for a new agriculture business….a small mill that would process white sorghum into flour that is gluten-free.

The Gage County Planning Commission, on a 7-0 vote, has recommended county approval of the special use permit sought by Brad Dusenbery and Dusenbery Farms. The operation would be located on a fourth-generation, 103-year-old family farm in Holt Township, about four miles north of Beatrice.

Dusenbery researched his idea with the University of Nebraska Food Innovation Campus.  "Over the last year and a half, we've worked with them to come up with three products using all of our sorghum that we've raised in the last two years on our farm....actually on this farm, particularly."

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