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There is also market talk of ''the largest grain crop ever'' next year so i wonder how come E-85  is not $2.99/g already since ,gas is lower and nat gas used to refine ethanol is at rock bottom price!?

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There is also market talk of ''the largest grain crop ever'' next year so i wonder how come E-85  is not $2.99/g already since ,gas is lower and nat gas used to refine ethanol is at rock bottom price!?

 

 

some places it is teresa  ....(agree though...not falling fast enough)

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Just posted $2.86 price from Ohio, but it doesn't show up much on the national page since the spread is "only" 16-17%.

 

 

Yeah I just seen those come through Ohio and was thinking nice spreads ..guess that's good news for E85 that at 17% range gets you middle of the pack .

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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our e85 here in Nebraska has flatlined at $2.99/98 for the longest time, after rising up to $3.05 in most places for a short time.

 

Gas unfortunatly has plumeted nearly 50 cents in that same time...

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E0 87 is $3.399 and E10 a dime less. Will have to see if the E85 one town away is less than $2.959---it should be. How does it work for retailers----when prices fall and they actually have higher priced in the tank do they just figure it averages as it goes up sometimes and the have cheaper in the tank?

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