Shrinking corn yields puts ethanol in the hot seat again
While the ethanol debate rages on, producers were given some hope last week when the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) opened a 30-day public comment period on a waiver request from two governors that voiced concern over the worst drought in 50 years and the continuing climb of the price of corn.
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