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was surrendered on May 6. Clemens said.Archie Ingersoll contributed to this report"Spiritwood is in the center of where beans (soybeans) are grown" he said referring to the North Dakota crop "The three counties closest to the plant provide enough beans to operate the plant"Stutsman Barnes and LaMoure counties have produced about 42 million bushels of soybeans each of the last two years according to figures from the US Department of Agriculture The North Dakota Soybean Processors plant will crush about 125000 bushels per day or about 42 million bushels per yearAustin was in Jamestown on Wednesday June 21 for a closed meeting with potential investors that is part of the project’s equity drive North Dakota Soybean Processors is seeking $60 million in private equity investments The minimum investment is four shares at $10000 each he saidAnyone can invest in the project and there is no requirement to hold shares in the company to sell soybeans to the processing plant Austin saidThe equity drive could end in August with a groundbreaking to follow Construction will start at that point and is anticipated to last about two years on the $240 million plantAustin said the additional demand for soybeans from the crushing plant can increase the price for soybeans locally However if farmers increase the amount of soybeans grown in the immediate area more than the increased demand local prices could remain steady rather than increase"There is a little volatility (in soybean prices) early on" he said referring to the first years after a crushing plant begins operations "But it settles in over a couple of years"Other considerations in placing the plant at SEPA include the availability of steam energy from Spiritwood Station the coal-fired generating plant operated by Great River Energy"The steam is huge" Austin said "Energy costs for a plant like this are second only to the cost of the beans"Other advantages at the SEPA location include access to the BNSF main line which will be used to ship the soy meal and other products including food grade soy oil and biodiesel"The meal almost all will go out by rail" Austin said "The primary consumers are the poultry and swine industries" Austin said the engineering work for the plant is complete The company is in the final stages of negotiating with contractors and acquiring needed permits for the projectOnce completed the plant will employ between 55 and 60 people Hiring will be done in phases possibly starting in the spring of 2019 Austin said This allows up to six months for training new staff members to operate the plantThose jobs will have a huge impact on the local economy according Jamestown Mayor Katie Andersen"Because of the nature of these jobs being primary sector they bring in money from outside the community" she said "It is exactly what we want to see for economic development"Minnesota Soybean Processors began operating a soybean crushing plant at Brewster Minn, she left and called police.