Wednesday, March 4, 2015
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Corn debate grinds on
Ethanol continues to spark controversy. For many, it represents a means to move away from our nation’s dependency on fossil fuels. Others consider the acres of “fuel corn” wasted, when the land could be used for food crops instead. In addition, production costs could sometimes outstrip what farmers earn for their crops, fueling further controversy. Currently, field corn is subsidized. Under new proposals, it may not be. . . .
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