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Company Makes Dry Cattle Feed Pellets From Ethanol Byproduct

A Nebraska company has found a way to make dry cattle feed pellets from an ethanol byproduct without adding any binding ingredients.

Global Feed Production to Contract in 2013

Global feed production is expected to contract for the first time ever next year.

Coalition Requests Hearing on the RFS’s Impact on Economy

A coalition of the U.S. livestock and poultry industry associations ask for hearing to discuss the Renewable Fuel Standard’s impact on the economy.

Beef Production Down; More Cattle, Just Less of Them

Drought brought higher placements, but WASDE expects carcass weights to drop.

U.S. Ag Registers Record Export Value for 2010

New fiscal year also off to a strong start

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Carryout Number and Prices Favor Higher Corn Acreage

A drop in corn stocks means prices are headed higher. These anticipated unprecedented levels mean more corn in 2011.

Biofuels Provisions Now Part of Tax Cut Plan

But House Democrats want changes, focusing mostly on estate taxes

EPA Slashes Cellulosic Ethanol Target

Agency orders cut from 250 million gallons to 6.6 million.