"...beef cattle grain feed almost DOUBLED..." due to ethanol, last year, correct?
As a cash grain AND beef cattle farmer that's hard to believe. As an example, feed "distillers" is made from corn used for ethanol.
Also I have for the last 5-6+ years used "E30" ethanol blend in ALL my vehicles. I will not claim a change because of the many other variables involved. Mechanically I noticed no difference other than no need for fuel system cleaner. The E30 blend is at the pump typically around 5 cents cheaper than standard 10% ethanol blend.
So Leslie tried to bring a bit of historical perspective on the ethanol debate and you chime in with anecdotal data while calling all of us "naive" and "STUPID". Thanks for your, um, contribution.