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Though among farmers he knows that to raise calves and those raising other types of livestock, feed costs have been an issue. Nationally, one third of corn grown this year will be used for ethanol production, compared with 10 percent in 2005. "All the mandate says is 'you have to buy this stuff,'" Tyner said. "It's pretty clear without the mandate, the price would fall if companies weren't required to buy it. "The ethanol mandate basically guarantees a market for ethanol and that oil companies have to acquire 15 billion gallons of it from corn, he said. The latest mandate requires 36 billion gallons of renewable fuels by 2022, while the previous mandate required 7. 5 billion gallons by 2012. The Illinois Pork Producers Association and the Illinois Corn Ma.
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affected as well. Increases in the cost of corn following the latest ethanol mandate is more adverse for Indiana than other states, said Dr. Wally Tyner, an agricultural economist at Purdue University. On average, half of Indiana's agricultural income comes from livestock. "Indiana has a high concentration of pork, we're the largest producer of ducks, and poultry farmers are hit hard, too," Tyner said. For poultry production, 85 percent of the cost is from feed. Tom King raises cattle on the Charlestown farm he took over from his father 30 years ago. He said the cost of corn hasn't been a big problem for him because his herd eats mainly hay with only a little corn thrown in during cold weather. "We feed a little corn, but not enough that it's been an economic factor for me," he said.
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Apptit, The Huffington Post and Food Wine magazine. Hedy's first cookbook, Baking Out Loud: Fun Desserts with Big Flavors (Clarkson Potter / Publishers), will be released October 2. John Adams has been raising hogs on his Sellersburg farm since 1945, first with his father and now with his oldest son. With more than 1,000 hogs, Adams has a lot of mouths to feed. Since the 2007 Energy Bill included a mandate requiring an additional 15 billion gallons of ethanol to be produced primarily from corn, the cost for Adams to feed his livestock has gotten even more Air Force Low White expensive. The price of livestock feed increased more than 25 percent from last year. Adams also grows corn, soybeans and hay. He can feed the hogs with the corn he grows, but the soybeans have to be sold and then bought back as soybean meal. For pork producers in Clark County, and the rest of the state, the increasing price of corn for feed and the decreasing price for pork is leaving them with little profit.
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