Monthly Archives: January 2015

HOW MUCH MILK DO YOU DRINK?

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IN THE CLASSROOM: BAD DAY TO FAB DAY!

Imagine it: It is the first week back from a long and relaxing winter break. Although you are excited to get back in front of the classroom, the winter blues is quite possibly your worst enemy. Since winter is in … Continue reading

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SEVEN REASONS ETHANOL IS THE BEST CHOICE

Buying Local When you purchase ethanol you are buying local. Ethanol plants did not just appear on their own. A farmer spent his time, money, and hard work to build those plants. If you know a farmer, keep in mind that he … Continue reading

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NEW YEAR, NEW YOU

I think we may all know how it goes, a New Years Resolution of losing weight that collects into a pile of dust …. Or rather, collects into an addition of a few more pounds rather than that spectacular “diet” … Continue reading

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WILDLIFE IS IMPORTANT TO FARMERS!

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SAVORY CORN FRITTER

  Click here for original recipe. I’m in love with the idea of a corn fritter.  Not only does it sound amazing, but it also seems like a great way to get your daily veggies in (add zucchini! chopped spinach! … Continue reading

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HSUS, LIES, AND VIDEOTAPE

Reposted from HumaneWatch This week, the Humane Society of the United States (HSUS) unveiled a report accusing a Minnesota chicken plant of animal cruelty. HSUS claims that one of its members worked at the poultry plant for nearly three months, all the … Continue reading

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FIVE REASONS TO LOVE THE RFS

Spend two minutes.  Watch this video.  Then tell me in the comments why you agree or disagree. Come on – how many times do you see people asking for responsible conversation about big issues?! I really want to hear what … Continue reading

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EXPORTS ARE A HUGE MARKET OPPORTUNITY

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THE MOST WIDELY CONFUSED FACT ABOUT IL CORN …

The corn farmers I work for are not growing corn for you to eat. There.  I said it.  One of the largest and most confusing statistics in our industry.  Your gut probably tells you that there are ethanol or farm … Continue reading

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