U.S. should be flexible in ethanol mandate during drought
Corn stalks are being disked under as the extensive drought in the corn belt causes concern over the United States government’s ethanol mandate.
Cargill, a giant grain trading entity, has asked the U.S. government to temporarily curb the ethanol quotas, noting that the company expects a drop in global corn production.
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