Corn Board exec says ethanol-blended fuel expansion key for corn producers
September 16, 2021 By Kellan Heavican Filed Under: 2021 Husker Harvest Days, Ag economy, Ag Policy, Ag Regulations, Agriculture, Biofuels, Corn, Crops, EPA, Ethanol, Harvest, Husker Harvest Days, Nebraska, News, Renewable Fuels
With uncertainty in the ethanol industry from demand to continuing court challenges under the Renewable Fuel Standard, head of the Nebraska Corn Board says expanding ethanol-blended fuel is the key for the state’s corn producers.
Kelly Brunkhorst spoke with Brownfield during Husker Harvest Days and said increasing the sale of E85 expand the opportunity for corn producers to improve their bottom line. He also addressed the upcoming harvest season.
Kelly Brunkhorst, Nebraska Corn Board Executive Director:
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