Nope. You may have no corn to eat, but you WILL have to burn it.
...It’s a disaster like I’ve never seen before,” McCune told FOX Business. “My neighbors didn’t get 90 percent of their corn planted.”
After non-stop rain plagued the region this spring – when corn farmers typically get seed in the ground – most have decided time is now too short and are choosing not to plant....
USDA estimates that only 50% of the fields are planted in Ohio.
There WILL be ethanol in your fuel. No corn-flakes for you, though.