Soybeans pile up at a grain elevator outside Heartwell, Neb. <137>Nationwide, farmers are expected to harvest record-breaking amounts of corn and soybeans this year. (Grant Gerlock/Harvest Public Media)xxxxxxxxx<137>
Soybeans pile up at a grain elevator outside Heartwell, Neb. <137>Nationwide, farmers are expected to harvest record-breaking amounts of corn and soybeans this year. (Grant Gerlock/Harvest Public Media)xxxxxxxxx<137> Grant Gerlock Harvest Public Media
Soybeans pile up at a grain elevator outside Heartwell, Neb. <137>Nationwide, farmers are expected to harvest record-breaking amounts of corn and soybeans this year. (Grant Gerlock/Harvest Public Media)xxxxxxxxx<137> Grant Gerlock Harvest Public Media

Record corn, soybean harvests hard to move because oil boom uses so many railcars

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