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Do you have a flex fuel vehicle? Interested to know where you can fill up with cheaper, more environmentally friendly fuel? Click here to see a list of E85 stations in the Midwest!
There has been a lot of discussion these days regarding ethanol as an alternative fuel. I’m not too familiar with the topic, but I know ethanol can come from corn, and I love agriculture. So what is the truth about … Continue reading
If you are a follower of current events, you have no doubt seen that five state governors, at the prompting of the U.S. livestock industry, have asked for a waiver to the Renewable Fuels Standard (RFS). In layman’s terms, the … Continue reading
Renewable fuel is more important than ever – driving economic growth in communities that need it, improving our nation’s energy security and attracting millions in new technology dollars to invest in America’s future. Join the fight!
September brings harvest to many people, but it always brings another opportunity… you can meet Kenny Wallace at the Chicagoland Speedway! With an ICGA membership, you can meet Kenny and join the Family Farmers team as he advocates for YOU and … Continue reading
This week, Illinois Corn and Illinois Renewable Fuels Association gave Illinois legislators an opportunity to take a ride in a NASCAR pacecar while learning about ethanol and ethanol blends. What a fun break from the norm! Pictured are Kenny Wallace, … Continue reading
During the month of August, governors of Texas, Arkansas, North Carolina, Georgia and New Mexico petitioned the US EPA, asking for a waiver of the Renewable Fuels Standard. But while we’ve all heard this news on the TV and read it in … Continue reading
I’m pretty sure that even if the skies opened up today and we were blessed with a warm, gentle, steady rain for three or four days, corn growers would benefit only from release from the necessity of expensive irrigation. To … Continue reading