Corn used for ethanol production has been one of the bright spots of the U.S. corn balance sheet, though ethanol stocks remain at or near record highs. What do you see as the key to drawing down ethanol stocks, and do you see this as being a real problem for
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During my seven years as Secretary of Agriculture, USDA has been a strong, staunch supporter of U.S. farmers and ranchers—through thick and thin, good times and bad.
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