The head of the Missouri Farm Bureau sees greater use of ethanol as more than a boost to the state’s farmers – he sees it as part of an overall package of solutions to our energy problems. Farm Bureau President Charlie Kruse says the need to put such a great emphasis on ethanol use stems from the country’s unwillingness to take the steps needed to break away from a dependence on foreign energy. Kruse says America faces a serious energy problem and it must look at ways of becoming self-reliant. He adds one of the few bright spots in our energy policy has been people coming together to produce ethanol and biodiesel.
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