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Nebraska Farmers Make the Case for Higher Blends of Ethanol

Submitted by on April 7, 2017 – 1:26 pmNo Comment

by Steve White (Nebraska.TV) Pres. Trump says he wants to end job–killing regulations on ethanol, and area farmers suggest a good place to start. “Allow E15 to be sold as normal gasoline, moving forward with that is going to be great for us,” said Jan tenBensel a Cambridge farmer who serves on the ethanol board.

E15 is 15 percent ethanol blended with gasoline, but tenBensel said it has been held up by the EPA. It’s one area where leaders in the corn belt want Pres. Trump to cut red tape.

And if “America First” is the philosophy, farmers say they can help by with a renewable fuel that comes from the farm.

Scott McPheeters said, “We’ve never had to deploy any troops to guard the fields in the Midwest.”  READ MORE and MORE (Norfolk Daily News)

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