Southwest Iowa Renewable Energy, LLC or “SIRE” is a state-of-the-art dry-mill grain processing facility, located on 275 acres in Council Bluffs, Iowa, producing 140 million gallons of ethanol per year. It also produces over 365,000 tons of Dried Distillers' Grain (DDGs) annually and has the ability to produce Wet Distiller Grains (WDGs). It also produces approximately 90,000 pounds of corn oil per day. The facility consumes over 44.6 million bushels of corn feedstock annually. The grain originates from a large portion of southwest Iowa and several counties in southeast Nebraska. SIRE began producing ethanol in February, 2009 and sells its products—including ethanol, distiller’s grains, corn syrup, and corn oil—in the continental United States, Mexico and the Pacific Rim.