Tag Archives: Ethanol

This Week at the Circle Ranch

Lots of good stuff here this week. In particular, I’d like to call your attention to the article on the bottom. Lowell Catlett is a friend, former colleague at NMSU and fellow Texian. I heard this talk at the NM … Continue reading

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Cattle Market Outlook: EPA’s Proposed Ethanol Rollback Complicates Planning

by Nevil Speer via Beef Cow-Calf Weekly EPA won’t make a final ruling on rolling back the renewable fuel standard until spring 2014, which complicates agricultural planning November was a relatively quiet month from a market standpoint. Fed cattle saw … Continue reading

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EPA Proposes Reduced Ethanol Requirement

The spittle chins in the District of Criminals wonder aloud why the economy is so stubbornly resisting “recovery.” How can they expect businessmen to expand their businesses when this kind of uncertainty prevails? — jtl, 419 by Wes Ishmael via Beef … Continue reading

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One quarter of US grain crops fed to cars – not people, new figures show

All you cattle feeders need to write a letter to your nice government man and thank him. (Sarcasm, in case you didn’t detect it.) New analysis of 2009 US Department of Agriculture figures suggests biofuel revolution is impacting on world … Continue reading

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