AS grain piled up from the rapidly moving harvest, grain dealers praised railroads for promptly delivering empty cars and taking away full trains.
"We kept loading trains and shipped a lot to the local ethanol plants to keep it from going on the ground," a central Illinois dealer said of corn shipments. "All of our trains moved well in October."
The improved service was confirmed by the U.S. Department of Agriculture, which
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