At last week’s Corn Congress, Paul Jeschke, a corn farmer from Mazon in Grundy County, joined his peers in representing IL corn farmers in developing grassroots policy. Jeschke spoke to policies that will move the needle on improving corn demand. Your profitability is our bottom line at IL Corn and we know that developing policies to improve demand as you continue to grow record crops should be a top priority. In this audio update Jeschke speaks about the outlook for ethanol expansion. As Jeschke explains, if we can move another 300 million gallons of ethanol into the ethanol, that will increase grind by 100 million bushels, equating to an estimated 10 to 15 cent bump in prices.
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