ZFS ITHACA, LLC IS POISED TO TAKE OVER THE ROLE OF MICHIGAN'S LARGEST SOYBEAN PROCESSOR
ZFS Ithaca will be a 40 million bushel per year soybean processing operation, a 4.5 million bushel grain storage facility and a feed ingredients transloading site serviced by both rail and truck. The plant will operate 24 hours a day, 355 days a year and will process more than 28,000 bushels of soybeans a day.
Located in the beautiful city of Ithaca in central Michigan, ZFS Ithaca is expected to quadruple the state's soybean processing capacity and will impact agriculture in the state for decades.
The new plant will create about 75 jobs and is expected to raise the value of soybeans for producers, while reducing the cost of soybean meal, a primary feed ingredient for Michigan's livestock herds and poultry flocks. It will also bring several infrastructure upgrades to Ithaca and its surrounding area.