Good News for Farmers
"As the prices of ag commodities have remained low the last couple of years, farmers know how important it is to find new markets and new uses for their products. And the fuel market is proving a natural one for agriculture.
"This is no more evident than in how ethanol has helped corn producers. Estimates are that the ethanol market adds between 5 and 15 cents to the price of each bushel of corn.
"Perhaps to a lesser degree, the soy fuel can give similar support to soybean prices."
Grand Island Independent
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