Ethanol Blog
Rick Kment DTN Analyst
Wed Jan 28, 2015 04:02 PM CST

Although ethanol production slowed moderately at the end of last week due to the current ethanol prices and weakening margins, the light to moderate reprieve in production was not enough to slow overall inventory growth through the country.

Total ethanol inventory grew 1.2%, or 10.2 million gallons, at the end of last week from the week previous. The biggest concern to the market going forward is that current inventory levels are nearly 22% over year-ago levels with very little incentive for producers to see any significant shift lower in production over the near future.

If this trend continues, there is ...

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