How many bushels of corn does it take to produce a gallon of Ethanol?



Answer:
About a third of a bushel per gallon, it varies from plant to plant. Don't believe any of the so-called studies pretending there's a net energy loss, they all conveniently forgot to include the energy value of the byproduct as a livestock feed to make it seem like there's a loss
I don't know, but I do know that it takes 30% more energy to make a gallon of ethanol than to make a gallon of gas, and that gallon of ethanol give 30% less energy than a gallon of gas.

Gasohal is a bad choice of fuel.
I don't know, but I think we are wasting earth's most precious natural resource, namely arable land, when we have coal and oil in abundant quantities.

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