Some are worried about where all the new harvested crop will be placed. On top of the leftover reserves from last year’s high crop yield, grain production will bolster 2014 supply to 26.97 billion bushels, according to the USDA, compared to 23.4 billion of storage as of Dec. 1, 2013.

“I don’t know where it will all go this year,” Richard Guse, a 54-year-old farmer from Waseca, Minnesota, said in the article. “We need better roads and faster train shipping to keep the grain moving.”

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