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Rick Kment DTN Analyst
Tue Feb 12, 2013 05:10 PM CST

At a time when announcement of idled plants and lower overall ethanol production continue to be weekly events, or so it seems, the announcement that overall ethanol production is expected to stabilize during the near future and grow through the last half of 2013 seems like a long-term projection, rather than short-term.

The total average production level of 33.6 million gallons of ethanol produced a day is likely to hold through the middle of the year, with end-of-the-year production expected to increase focusing on the additional availability of corn and potentially lower corn prices.

But in order for this to ...

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