Iowa has some monumental changes in store for biofuel

Monumental changes are being made for biofuel and farmers throughout Iowa.

These changes increase the demand for products grown in the state, by improving access to biodiesel and ethanol.

The Iowa Soybean Association explains what else is in store.

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