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Ethanol and Corn: Changes from Expanding Use $130.00
Editors: Marilyn C. Walchuck
Book Description:
U.S. policy to expand the production of biofuel for domestic energy use has significant implications for agriculture and resource use. While ongoing research and development investment may radically alter the way biofuel is produced in the future, for now, corn-based ethanol continues to account for most biofuel production. As corn ethanol production increases, so does the production of corn. The effect on agricultural commodity markets has been national, but commodity production adjustments, and resulting environmental consequences, vary across regions. Changes in the crop sector have also affected the cost of feed for livestock producers. As the Nation demands more biofuel production, and markets for new biofuel feedstocks, such as crop residues emerge, the agricultural landscape will be further transformed. This book explores the changes and expanding usage of ethanol and corn biofuels. (Imprint: Nova)

Table of Contents:
Preface

Ethanol and a Changing Agricultural Landscape, pp. 1-79
(Scott A. Malcolm, Marcel Aillery, Marca Weinberg, United States Department of Agriculture)

Ethanol Co-Product Use in U.S. Cattle Feeding: Lessons Learned and Considerations, pp. 81-97
(Kenneth H. Mathews, Jr., Michael J. McConnell, United States Department of Agriculture)

China is Using More Corn for Industrial Products, pp. 99-121
(H. Frederick Gale, Francis Tuan, Xiaohui Wang, Zhi Cao, United States Department of Agriculture)

Colombia: A New Ethanol Producer on the Rise?, pp. 123-140
(Jose Toasa, United States Department of Agriculture)

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   Series:
      Renewable Energy: Research, Development and Policies
   Binding: ebook
   Pub. Date: 2011
   Pages: 6 x 9 (NBC - G)
   ISBN: 978-1-61122-116-9
   Status: AV
  
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