The "facts" in this article are not accurate. Corn was not "overplanted" this year. If it was, and there was an overabundance, why are feed prices so high? Not logical. Second; corn grown for ethanol production is only 27.3% of corn grown, not the 40% statistic the writer probably got from a New York Times article. Third, the Farm Bill passed the Senate, but the reconciliation from the House did NOT happen for the election recess, and is currently in limbo. Conservatives are objecting to the HUGE increases in spending for Food Stamps Dems have inserted into this bill, consuming more than 80% the Farm Bill's projected budget.