Category Archives: Ethanol

EVERY AMERICAN SHOULD FOCUS ON THESE 7 THINGS

“American” defined by Webster’s Dictionary as relating to, or characteristic of the United States. The definition is a broad statement of what an “American” can be defined as.  People from America sometimes don’t full understand the concept of what an … Continue reading

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FRIDAY FARM PHOTO: SONG LYRICS

The song is One Headlight by The Wallflowers. For more fun pictures like this, check out our Instagram page @ilcorn and help us get 2,500 followers!

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WHERE DOES ALL THE CORN GO?

#TBT – Corn plays a huge role in the global economy! From domestic use in ethanol fuels to feeding the world abroad, corn has a global reach.  

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7 FACTS ABOUT ETHANOL YOU DON’T READ ABOUT ON SOCIAL MEDIA

I always find that the ethanol industry and farmers get a lot of criticism on social media. I’ve heard people say things such as, “ethanol causes food shortages, corn production can’t meet the demands, or there is no way ethanol can … Continue reading

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#TBT KNOWING MORE IS BETTER

We’re celebrating #TBT with some of my favorite videos we’ve ever done here at IL Corn. I LOVE these “knowing more is better” spoofs. So cute and so funny!!

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PROTECT THE RFS VIDEO RELEASED

Protect the RFS. We feel like we’re beating a dead horse. To summarize for anyone that hasn’t read Renewable Fuel Standard details here before, the RFS is about forcing the oil industry to give ethanol “shelf space” in their retail … Continue reading

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WHY ETHANOL MANDATES?

Most Americans don’t like mandates. As Americans, we typically believe in capitalism and a business model that sends products out into the world and asks them to stand on their own two feet or die trying.  Yet, farmers have continuously … Continue reading

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