Oahe Grain’s Onida location manager Tim Luken says the wet weather has the custom cutters very frustrated as they try to finish up and move north. “Some custom cutters want to leave and harvest up north, but they also don’t want to leave these farmers high and dry. There are a fair amount of wheat bushels to harvest.”
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