Originally Posted by Terry Mow Green
Unfortunately this is true.
It still doesn't make-up for the gubmint force-feeding it to us.
Edited to add: Don't you hate it when you're forced to pay more for something when you used to get it for "no extra charge"?
Sorry but ethanol is not a viable motorfuel. Perhaps they should use it as a feedstock?
The by-products from ethanol production is used for feed stock. One is a liquid protein, dubbed Heinz 57, an another is gluten, which is the kernels of corn that is left over. So it's "re-cycled" so to speak.
But I digress, I don't like ethanol in fuel for my business. Larger motors such as vehicle engines can digest it with not problem, but small equipment can't.