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Record harvests a double-edged sword for farmers
21 Sep 2016
After fears there wouldn’t be any wheat crop this year, farmers are dealing with a harvest that’s actually costing them more to store their grain.
There’s so much that it’s actually cutting into their already small profits.
Record harvests have driven down the price of grain. It’s simple supply and demand. With farmers trying to hold on to as much grain as they can until the market changes, grain elevators still need to stay in business.
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