$3.50 May Be New ‘Corn Norm’

Lizzy SchultzAg Group, Corn, Energy, Ethanol, RFS

The impact of corn prices varies between producers in different divisions of agriculture, with some producers benefiting from higher prices, and some benefiting from lower prices. Many factors seem to demonstrate that the new long-term “normal” for corn prices may be $3.50 per bushel, and Cody Heller, CEO of Central Wisconsin Ag Services (CWAS), has offered his insight into the … Read More

USDA Announces $210m Investment in Renewable Energy

Taylor TruckeyEthanol, NCGA, RFS, USDA

Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack announced this week that the U.S. Department of Agriculture is partnering with 21 states through the Biofuel Infrastructure Partnership (BIP) to nearly double the number of fueling pumps nationwide that supply renewable fuels to American motorists. With the matching commitments by state and private entities, the BIP is investing a total of $210 million to strengthen … Read More