With an increasing number of grain elevators across South Dakota building rail facilities to handle unit trains, the state seems poised to export more grain.
But because of the expiration of the 2008 Farm Bill on Sept. 30, some in the state’s agriculture industry worry that the loss of its export programs will hurt the lucrative export market. Others doubt it will make much of a difference.
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