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Jesse Kline: America's corny farm subsidies are making a bad drought worse
To make matters worse, congress began subsidizing ethanol-blended gasoline in 2004. Corn is not the best product to derive ethanol from, but its powerful lobby, combined with artificially high supply, caused it to be used to make fuel. The move ended ...
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As TSX posts biggest one-day gain of 2012, some wonder whether rally will last
Nathan Denette/National PostSt�fane Marion, chief economist and strategist at National Bank, said that gains for commodity prices and stocks could be short-lived, especially once investors focus their attention back on the sorry state of the global ...
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Ethanol Makers' Long Hot Summer
Green Plains Renewable Energy Inc., the fourth-biggest U.S. ethanol producer, slowed production at two of its plants that use less-efficient processing technology early this year, cutting its ethanol output by about 5%.
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Expert Answers: Is It Too Late To Invest In Grains?
A historic drought continues to plague America's farms causing corn crop yields to plunge and prices to surge. However, investors are left wondering if they can capitalize on the phenomenon.
Pork and Chicken Set to Join Luxury List
Like others in the livestock and poultry industry, Mr. Pope called for the US Environmental Protection Agency to suspend the Renewable Fuel Standard, a congressional mandate requiring more than 13 billion gallons of corn ethanol to be used in transport ...
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Ethanol Added $14.5 Billion to Consumer Motor Fuel Costs in 2011, Study Finds
Today, FarmEcon LLC released RFS, Fuel and Food Prices, and the Need for Statutory Flexibility, a study of ethanol's impact on food and fuel prices.
Ethanol Drops From Eight-Month High as Corn Prices Decline  Bloomberg
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Why the Fight Over the �Great Green Fleet� is Fuelish
Next week in the Pacific Ocean, more than 25,000 American sailors and Marines will conduct one of the largest naval war games ever held.
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Navy 2, Congress 0 in Biofuel Cage Match
Part of the attention is due to year-long publicity leading up to the launch of the Navy's new Green Strike Group in a huge multinational, competitive maritime exercise called the Rim of the Pacific (RIMPAC). The Green Strike Group is anchored by a ...
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Khosla-Backed Coskata Shelves IPO, Shifting Focus to Gas
July 20 (Bloomberg) -- Coskata Inc., a biofuel company backed by venture capitalist Vinod Khosla, shelved its $100 million initial public offering and is seeking investors for a plant that will convert natural gas into ethanol. Unfavorable market ...
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U.S. Corn Growers Farming in Hell as Heat Spreads: Commodities
Goldman Sachs Group Inc. said July 2 that yields will reach 153.5 bushels an acre, below the USDA estimate for an all-time high of 166.
Today's US Drought, Tomorrow's Higher Grocery Store Tab  International Business Times
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