Corn Growers Defend RFS
Chris Clayton DTN Ag Policy Editor
Fri Feb 27, 2015 08:56 AM CST

PHOENIX (DTN) -- With another bill introduced in Congress to kill the corn-ethanol mandate, leaders of the National Corn Growers Association said Thursday they remain committed to defending the Renewable Fuel Standard and to getting EPA to release volume levels for the RFS.

Speaking at the Commodity Classic in Phoenix, corn growers said the group's No. 1 goal over the last few years has been to protect the RFS from efforts to minimize renewable fuel levels or eliminate the RFS through legislation.

"That's what our grassroots, that's what our farmers, that's what our delegates from states tell us we have ...

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