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Mary Kennedy DTN Basis Analyst
Mon Aug 18, 2014 02:29 PM CDT

OMAHA (DTN) -- As winter wheat harvest winds down (95% as of Aug. 10 according to USDA's latest Crop Progress report) and spring wheat harvest gears up (6% complete), grain transport problems that have existed for months are still with us. That frustrates elevator operators wanting to free up space for not only wheat but corn and beans in the fall.

Tim Luken, manager of Oahe Grain on the RCP&E shortline in Onida, S.D., has had many sleepless nights over the CP railroad not performing, as he still waits for at least 170 past-due cars in the midst of new-crop ...

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