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The buzz around the IL Corn office is this Associated Press article released on Tuesday. We have reporters calling the office wanting comments. We have farmers calling the office asking us to please do something. We have frustration in the … Continue reading
Ethanol. About 96 percent of all gasoline sold in the United States is blended with some percentage of ethanol. What exactly is ethanol you might ask? And why does it affect me? Let’s take a look. Ethanol is an alcohol made … Continue reading
Yesterday, the Chicago Tribune published a poorly written and poorly researched editorial about ethanol. Though we are never shocked by the Tribune’s liberal use of the word unbiased, we did feel that the claims made in the article bear some … Continue reading
Ethanol is always a good choice if you are concerned about the environment, energy security, and even buying local! Illinois grows it, you should use it!
We received a lot of great videos for the Shoot it Straight Video Contest and have narrowed it down to these four finalists. Vote for your favorite (you can vote once a day) and let us know who you want … Continue reading
From domestic use in ethanol fuels to feeding the world abroad, corn has a global reach.
In case you missed it last week, here is the latest video from our office: This video is the perfect marriage of entertaining and effective. Making E-15 available to consumers at gas stations does not put motorcyclists at a higher … Continue reading
I know for the vast majority of Americans, corn-based ethanol seems like a new thing. It’s not. In fact, the first cars made by Henry Ford ran on a corn alcohol fuel. Though we didn’t call it ethanol back then, … Continue reading