Our market is the world, and our competition is global, too.
We have the technology to produce more corn than ever
before. But acreage is shrinking, and regulations are
growing. Nobody understands this better than U.S. corn
Technological advances have us moving into a world of
exciting new opportunities. And we’re ready to act.
Corn fuels nations around the world; as a food ingredient, a
feedstock, a fuel, a fiber, an ingredient in building
materials and pharmaceuticals, and beyond. It is possibly
the most versatile crop in the world, and demand is at an
all-time high. Most importantly, we are fortunate to have
enough corn for all needs and all customers around the
These days, corn farmers don’t need to increase acreage to
meet growing demands. The advanced production power of U.S.
agriculture ensures a growing supply of corn that will
continue to satisfy demand for domestic use and exports.
It’s estimated we can grow more than 17 billion bushels on
83 million acres by 2020 — surpassing this year’s harvest by
more than 4.6 billion bushels.
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