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Texas’ cattle ranchers oppose ethanol

A story in the Wall Street Journal a couple of days ago says that Texas is now opposed to corn-based ethanol. Why? Because it is making corn, used to feed cattle, and Texas is big in the world of cattle, more expensive. Texas is asking the EPA to grant a standstill for a year or […]

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Integrating dairies and biofuels

Another integrated dairy ranch and biofuel facilty is being built in Arizona, according to Biodiesel and Ethanol Investing.

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Corn, distillers grains and cattle feed

Some cattlemen think that using corn to make ethanol could not be the drain on resources that others believe will be the case. They believe that if the price of grains remains low then it makes sense to feed them to cattle. Ethanol makers will only be able to keep the price reasonable for distillers grains if […]

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Vinod Khosla: A biofuels bet on Wired

People interested in biofuels should try to get get hold of a hard copy of this month’s wired magazine, or better still, ‘cos its free, should go to Wired’s online archive Vinod Khosla (he co-founded Sun Microsystems and is linked with Bio Willie) explains why he’s betting on biofuels the article examines

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