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Mary Kennedy DTN Basis Analyst
Mon Aug 25, 2014 10:43 AM CDT

OMAHA (DTN) -- Oahe Grain in Onida, S.D., has been full since Aug. 14 and had been expecting a train from the CP, but it was a "no show."

"If and when the train does get here," manager Tim Luken told DTN via email on Aug. 20, "we will load 25 cars, 85,000 bushels of spring wheat. That will be enough to run us for 5 hours and then fill again.

"There are farmers that have their trucks full and waiting for us to get room again," said Luken. "Some producers have run out of room and now the only ...

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