Demand for ethanol could turn food supply on its head
June 28, 2006

If the permits being filed for ethanol plants in Minnesota are fulfilled as planned, ethanol production could consume half of Minnesota's corn crop within just a few years. If all the plants proposed for Iowa are built, an ISU economist thinks they could use up virtually the entire crop raised here.

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