It’s been a tough fall, but American Crystal Sugar Company Vice President of Agriculture Brian Ingulsrud remains optimistic the majority of the crop will be harvested. The number of workers available to farmers is shrinking and that will influence the pace of harvest. “Shareholders rely on a lot of truck drivers who take vacation and some of those individuals have run out of vacation time. That will undoubtedly slow the harvest a bit, but the wet conditions will slow it down anyway.”
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