Originally Posted by BMWsky
One thing to pay attention to is the availability of E85 over the next year or so; corn crops are facing a shortage in supply. This could either drive the price of E85 up or force certain stations to just stop offering it.
+1, heard this on the radio this morning that the price on certain crops (corn) and livestock (chicken, cows, pigs, aka that good shit) are going to be going up b/c of a shortage in supply
Luckily, ethanol gas is so heavily subsidized by the Fed Gov't that I don't think will affect it too much (supply or price). Chances are it'll just inflate the price on corn when you buy it at a supermarket