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A study funded with Illinois corn checkoff dollars proves that increased corn yields and more efficient use of corn ethanol co-products will greatly decrease land needed for ethanol production. Land attributable to ethanol will drop from current 25% to as little as 11% of U.S. corn acres. These facts fly in the face of some of the most common anti-ethanol claims.


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