Corn Farmers Coalition

Are farmers producing enough corn to feed people and make ethanol?

There is no question: The answer is yes. Innovative, technology-savvy farmers are doing more with less - growing more corn every year on each acre of land, using less fertilizer and pesticide, cutting costs and getting more efficient. In fact, what has recently come to be characterized as the “food versus fuel” debate has always been a bogus one, based on the false premise that farmers can’t grow reasonably priced corn fast enough to meet demand from the factories sprouting around the nation that use it to make ethanol and feed people and animals.

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