Swine Producers In Canada And U.S. Equally Concerned About Increased Ethanol Pro

Posted on Saturday, January 27 at 14:00 by jensonj
Manitoba Pork Council Chair Karl Kynoch says, when he talks to producers down south, he might as well be talking to his neighbor a mile down the road because the issues are so common on both sides of the border. Clip-Karl Kynoch-Manitoba Pork Council One of the big issues right now is ethanol. The producers in the U.S. are very concerned. Feed prices have went up fast and grains prices are getting up where they need to be but what we need to have happen is the meat price follow. That's a huge concern down here. Where Iowa used to be a major exporter of corn, they could actually in fact become an importer of corn. http://tinyurl.com/2qcn7a [Proofreader's note: this article was edited for spelling and typos on January 29, 2007]

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