Corn is still standing in the Ulen, Minnesota area. “We did fill up on corn ahead of the storm, but we have trains coming,” said Randy Zimmerman, grain merchandiser, West Central Ag Services. “We should be good through mid-November for space.” When combines were stalled, WCAS saw the truckloads of corn head to town. “We’ve been taking some dry corn in to make some space in some farmers’ bins.” Zimmerman encourages farmers to call ahead to the delivery sites to figure out a plan of action for the rest of harvest.
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