The corn used for ethanol is the same used for animal feed, not the kind consumed by humans (sweet corn).
Field corn is used in the production of ethanol. Field corn is the type of corn that is used to feed animals and is different than sweet corn, which is the type of corn that humans eat.
The type of corn used in ethanol is field corn, which is also used to feed livestock and which makes up the vast majority of the corn grown in the U.S. Sweet corn, which humans eat, is a small minority of the crop.
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