IL CORN TAKING HIGH OCTANE, LOW CARBON TO IL DELEGATION IN DC
IL Corn volunteer directors will host members of the Illinois Association FFA in Washington, DC next month for National Corn Growers Association’s Corn Congress and a day on the hill. We will be sitting down with Congressmen and women to discuss many issues impacting agriculture in Illinois, and one of the topics at the top of our list is why America needs high octane, mid-level ethanol blends.
HOLC (High octane, low carbon) fuels provide a number of benefits to consumers, the environment, and corn farmers.
Learn more about why this is important and what we’ll be talking about with your elected officials here.
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