The Stockton plant is a 60MGY plant that began operations in 2008. It is a highly efficient batch fermentation process designed by Delta-T. It receives its corn by unit train and by truck from locally grown corn in Northern California. Stockton has the advantage of being served by two class I railroads, the Burlington Northern, and the Union Pacific. All of Stockton’s products are sold locally by truck. The Stockton plant does not dry its feed products contributing to its low carbon score through reduced natural gas demand while producing high-value high protein feed products. The ethanol is sold to customers in California and benefits from the California Low Carbon Fuel Standard which values the low carbon ethanol produced at the plant and the high-value feed products are sold to nearby dairies, feedlots, and poultry farms.