Strong export sales and market prices have provided an incentive to keep grain moving. Based a Beltrami, Minnesota, West Central Ag Services grain manager Bryan Mueller says compared to earlier this year, grain movement is indeed steadier. “A lot of grain was being carried over and even still being harvested this past spring. Moving that grain through the pipeline was a challenge,” says Mueller. “It’s very positive that exports have picked up, and with better prices more farmers are moving grain now.” While this started out as a struggle, Mueller adds farmers are more optimistic about next year. Listen to the Red River Farm Network interview.