Ethanol is Helping Form the Backbone of a New Rural Economy

Ethanol has been a success story for farmers, rural America, and those concerned with our dependence on foreign oil. The same cannot be said for the agenda of the environmental,

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Can I Use Ethanol-Blended Fuel in my Weed-Whacker and Lawnmower?

Today, ethanol makes up for 10% of our gasoline supply and can be found at nearly every station across the nation.  This domestic, home-grown fuel is being utilized in all

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Thoughts on New CARD Analysis of Ethanol’s Impact on Corn Prices

Grocery manufacturers, industrial meat processors, and other beneficiaries of cheap corn have been busy lately. As grain prices have risen substantially in recent months, the cheap corn coalition has been

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February 2011 Ethanol and DDGS Exports

U.S. ethanol exports totaled 59.7 million gallons in February, up 4% from January, according to government data released today. Exports of undenatured (non-beverage) ethanol jumped to 21.8 million gallons in

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RFA Analysis of USDA WASDE Report

PLEASE NOTE THE FOOTNOTE AT THE END OF THE ANALYSIS This morning’s April World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates (WASDE) report likely will ease some of the tension in the

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Wall Street Journal, Senator Tom Coburn Expose Blind Spot in Anti-Ethanol Arguments

The arguments made by the Wall Street Journal and Senator Tom Coburn against American farmers and ethanol producers come with huge blind spots. In its most recent tirade (subscription required)

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