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Implications for Increased Ethanol Production for U.S. Agriculture

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FAPRI analysis indicates that increased ethanol production resulting from the Energy Policy Act of 2005 will have important effects on markets for corn and other crops, government farm program costs, and net farm income.

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  • Anonymous, 2005. "Implications for Increased Ethanol Production for U.S. Agriculture," FAPRI-MU Report Series 44997, Food and Agricultural Policy Research Institute at University of Missouri.
  • Handle: RePEc:ags:faprre:44997
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