Nearly 90 percent of the corn in this country is genetically-modified. And as using genetically-modified—or GM—corn becomes increasingly popular in everyday foods, more people are becoming concerned about potential ill effects on human health and the environment. Besides being used in food, that corn is also finding its way into Kentucky’s signature spirit: bourbon. In… Continue reading Genetically-Modified Corn Nearly Unavoidable in Bourbon Distilling
The president of the National Corn Growers Association says a more efficient type of ethanol is the future of liquid fuel, even though it’s a few years away.