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Ethanol demand putting dent on U.S. corn supply

Agriculture.com Staff 10/16/2006 @ 12:00pm

GRAND ISLAND, Neb. (AP)-- Increasing ethanol production appears to be making aIncreasing dent in the USDA's corn carryover estimate for the 2006-07 marketing year, the head of the Nebraska Corn Board said, according to the Grand Island Independent.

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GRAND ISLAND, Neb. (AP)-- Increasing ethanol production appears to be making aIncreasing dent in the USDA's corn carryover estimate for the 2006-07 marketing year, the head of the Nebraska Corn Board said, according to the Grand Island Independent.

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