What is Future of Feed Grains and Ethanol?

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While ethanol production has turned corn stocks into fuel, the growth curve should begin to flatten in coming years, according to Purdue Ag Economist Chris Hurt.
One big things we want to talk about, what we call a "shock" in the market, are big shocks here in the last 3 to 4 years, aka, feed grain and animal protein shocks; we're talking about corn and soybean
Chris believes we are seeing enough attitude in Congress that the biofuels industry has had preferential treatment as an infant industry to get established and get running, and now that they are established and well capitalized, it is time to cut back on direct supports and credits. Audio of Chris Hurd.
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