Managing for Profit
The growing biodiesel industry is not taking away from available land, fuel, or food supplies
In this edition, Greg Greving, a farmer from Nebraska, discusses how biodiesel is made from by-products and uses readily available and diverse resources. The biodiesel industry doesn’t require new land and hasn’t caused any changes to available land or agricultural production. Instead, the industry uses excess soybean oil without taking away from available food, fuel, or land sources.