How much corn do we use for biofuels in America?



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    In 2007, more than 2.3 billion bushels of corn were used to make biofuels in the US. This amount of bushels accounts for 5.7% of the 13.1 billion harvested from over 93.6 million acres used for the cultivation of corn that year. The number of bushels of corn used annually for biofuels continues to rise, as does the percentage of American corn used in the manufacturing of biofuels.

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