Freight trains transport a LOT of corn for ethanol each year
From animal feed to ethanol, corn is in demand and that demand is growing. Freight railroads carry 170,000,000 tons of farm products to ports, factories and businesses across America each year, with corn accounting for half of all the grains we move. So farmers, food manufacturers and biofuel producers grow their markets. That's how freight works for ethanol...
Does this mean they got the Chicago ethanol bottleneck figured out?
[Source: Freight Rail Works]
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