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Oxford Resource Partners, LP and Mendel Biotechnology, Inc. Announce a Miscanthus Biomass Pilot Project in Ohio
Date:9/21/2010

al in Northern Appalachia and the Illinois Basin.  Oxford markets its coal primarily to large electric utilities with coal-fired, base-load scrubbed power plants under long-term coal sales contracts.  As of December 31, 2009, Oxford controlled 91.6 million tons of proven and probable coal reserves, and it currently operates 17 active mines that are managed as eight mining complexes.  Oxford is headquartered in Columbus, Ohio.

For more information about Oxford Resource Partners, LP (NYSE: OXF), please visit www.oxfordresources.com.  Financial and other information about Oxford is routinely posted on and accessible at www.oxfordresources.com.

About Mendel Biotechnology, Inc.

Mendel Biotechnology, Inc. is a pioneer in the application of functional genomics to the study of plant genes and is a leading developer of dedicated energy crops for the bioenergy markets. Mendel has relationships with leading agricultural, energy, forestry and horticulture companies for the commercialization of improved seed and plant products, and is developing new seed and feedstock products for the emerging bioenergy market. For more information about Mendel Biotechnology, Inc., please visit www.mendelbio.com.

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