Lynn Grooms hails from the Badger State. An agricultural journalist and contributing editor to Farm Industry News, she frequently covers the biofuels industry.
 

Posts by Lynn Grooms

Sales results show declining values for even top tier ethanol plants

Recent sales have shown declining values for even top tier ethanol plants, which are now trading in the $1.10-$1.25 per gallon range compared to $1....More

Denied . . . Supreme Court shoots down challenge to E15

“The highest court in the land has spoken – they have unequivocally rejected the attempts of Big Oil and other opponents of ethanol to challenge the....More

Eleven ethanol plants now working with Enogen corn to improve efficiencies

Enogen corn fetches growers an average premium of $.40 per bushel due to its positive impact on ethanol production cost savings....More

Ethanol industry in a war, stakeholders called to action

The oil industry will not use ethanol blends if the RFS is eliminated, said Mike Bryan, CEO of BBI International, which sponsored the Fuel Ethanol....More

New facility to complete link between research and commercialization of advanced biofuels

“We’re all about diversification and we feel strongly that we can produce both fuel and food efficiently.”....More

With direct sales, Iowa ethanol producers are helping consumers save at the pump

Other retail fuel stations and oil companies “have to be taking notice.”....More

RFA, Growth Energy and ACE to discuss ethanol policy at FEW general session

The General Session at the Fuel Ethanol Workshop (FEW) next month (which will feature top executives from the Renewable Fuel Assn., Growth Energy and....More

Sweet sorghum juice, corn mash combination found to boost ethanol production

Sweet sorghum juice may help ethanol producers diversify their feedstocks and serve as a bridge to the next generation of biofuels....More

Ethanol most important value-added market for grain producers, RFA says

“There is no credible evidence whatsoever to support the notion that the RFS is adversely affecting consumer food prices."....More

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