Canadian ethanol producers are expected to produce more fuel ethanol using less feedstock in 2016 (wheat and corn), given increased plant efficiencies. The country's 14 plants are expected to operate at 99% of capacity.
The debate over the exact nature of meat demand has intensified in recent months thanks to the falling price of meat counter beef on one hand and the stubbornly firm price of menu entrees on the other.
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