The economic feasibility of a grain alcohol motor fuel program is affected by relative prices of grain and gasoline, alcohol manufacturing costs, and the impact of increased by-product feed production on soybean meal and soybean prices. This study examined potential impacts on corn, soybean and soybean meal prices from use of alcohol-gasoline motor fuel blends at six different state, regional and national levels-...
Wisner, R. N. Economic Aspects of Using Grain Alcohol as a Motor Fuel: With Emphasis on By-product Feed Markets. Department of Economics, Iowa State University, 1977.
Wisner, R. N, and Gidel, J. O., "Economic Aspects Of Using Grain Alcohol, As A Motor Fuel, With Emphasis On By-Product Feed Markets" (1977). ISU Economic Report Series. 23.