Neb. ethanol plant closures a sign of market adjustment, exec says

The idling of seven of Nebraska's 24 ethanol plants shows that the market is adjusting to the drought-induced shrinkage of corn supplies, said Todd Sneller, administrator of the Nebraska Ethanol Board. "We're seeing a market adjustment, which means less corn demand through ethanol plants," Sneller said.

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