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  • Probable yield from a short ton of the raw material,

  •  Calculated from the average fermentable content.Jacobs, P. B., and H. P. Newton, U. S. Dept. Agr, Misc. Pub. 327, December, 1938. ( USDA, Ag. Stat., 1978. )

FEEDSTOCK
GAL / TON
GAL / ACRE
APPLES
14.4
140
APRICOTS
13.6
41.0
BARLEY
79.2
41.0
BUCKWHEAT
83.4
34.2
CORN
84.0
214
DATES
79.0
214
FIGS
59.0
29.5
GRAIN SORGHUM
79.5
125
GRAPES
15.2
90.4
JERUSALEM ARTICHOKES
20.0
1200
MOLASSES
70.4
45.0
PLUMS
10.9
22.0
PEARS
11.5
49.3
PEACHES
11.5
84.0
POTATOES
23.0
299
POTATOES ( SWEET )
34.2
190
PINEAPLES
15.6
78.0
PRUNES
72.0
83.0
RYE
78.8
54.0
RAISIN
81.4
102
RICE
79.5
175
SORGHUM CANE
70.4
500
SUGAR BEET
22.1
412
SUGAR CANE
15.2
555
YAMS
23.7
94.0

  • < SOURCE> U. S. Dept. Agr, Misc. Pub. 327, December, 1938.
                                USDA, Ag. Stat., 1978.