AMY'S RANCH SLANTS My (Husband's) Little Pony
Some of my stories gather a lot of interest but not to the degree that my husband sometimes does. He draws a lot of attention and gets all kinds of looks over his car.
Its a sweet little ride called ... Posted on 2/11/11 at 8:00 PM
SIOUX FALLS, S.D. — As a farmer, rancher, businessman, former lawmaker and current president of the American Coalition for Ethanol, it won’t surprise you that I support making renewable and homegrown fuels more widely available.
But just like you, I am also a consumer.
A new report says government incentives for corn-based ethanol are motivating farmers to convert grasslands to cornfields, resulting in declining grassland bird populations in the Prairie Pothole Region, including Minnesota, North Dakota and South Dakota.
By Seth Tupper, Forum Communications Co.
January 27, 2010
The fuel supply folks in Grand Forks need to step up to the plate and get some ethanol pumps installed. The region has a lot of customers who would use higher blends. There are a lot of people here who are anxious to do what’s right for America.
An ethanol industry leader from Aberdeen says about 20 percent of the industry has shifted to low gear.
Bill Paulsen is board chairman of South Dakota Ethanol Producers Association and a vice president for Advanced Bioenergy, which owns the Heartland Grain Fuels ethanol plant in Aberdeen.
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