Apr 24, 2014
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Ethanol Under Fire

Is ethanol a fuel that could lead us into a more sustainable future? Or is it merely another "big energy" industry looking out for its own interests? AgWeb brings you the latest in the recent ethanol debate.


EPA Succumbs to Pressure to Reduce Ethanol Mandate

The federal government this month decided gasoline producers could use less ethanol next year, much to the chagrin of corn growers MORE>
 

Reactions to EPA’s Renewable Fuel Proposal

Industry groups and lawmakers weigh in on the Environmental Protection Agency's proposal to reduce the ethanol mandate. MORE>
 

Industry Fires Back at AP Ethanol Story

A major point of contention is The Associated Press' estimates of new land used to grow corn for ethanol. MORE>
 

The Great RFS Debate

AgriTalk's four-part series discusses the Renewable Fuels Standard with special guests Bob Dinneen and Kristina Butts. MORE>
 
 
 
 
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Comment Period Open for RFS Proposal

By: Tyne Morgan, Ag Day TV National Reporter

While many commodity groups are discouraged by EPA’s proposal, livestock producers see it as a starting point for relief. Here's how to share your voice.

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Ethanol Under Fire

See charts, stats and information about ethanol from USDA's database.

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