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The Hour of Corn: Big US Harvest looms; biofuels stand to benefit

Big forecasts from USDA point towards record corn harvest. Possible, just one year after a devastating drought? Well, July is now fading and we move into the critical season for summer crops — the run towards the harvest. Whether your interest tends to ethanol, distillers grains, cattle feed, isobutanol, or even corn syrup or corn [...]

July 31, 2013 More

The New Milo-naires: Corn, milo and the Biofuels Market’s Invisible Hand

An obscure EPA ruling may change the economics of ethanol production, forever — who wins, who loses, what’s the investor’s bottom line? Just before Christmas, the EPA issued a final rule, determining that ethanol made from grain sorghum at dry mill facilities qualifies as a Renewable Fuel under the Renewable Fuel Standard — and that [...]

January 2, 2013 | 2 Comments More