Economist: Livestock producers should expect bright future
Corn ethanol demand has also hit a wall. Over the past decade, diverting grains from food and feed to fuel has increased feed prices for livestock producers, Taheripour said, but the ethanol industry in the U.S. has now reached the Renewable Fuel Standard mandated level.
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