Georgia latest state seeking to end U.S. ethanol rule

Reuters: Georgia, the center of U.S. poultry production, is adding its voice to a string of states asking Washington to help ease pressure on corn prices by suspending rules that send a large share of the crop to produce ethanol. Ethanol fuel made from corn is blended with gasoline under a federal program meant to encourage domestic energy sources, but the rules can be waived under a formal appeal from a state. Livestock farmers complain that demand for ethanol wrongly diverts a large share of the feed......

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