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Cargill mployee Kent Stump, of Sidney, unloads a farmer’s freshly harvested soybeans at Cargill on Wednesday, Oct. 9. Soybeans brought to the elevator have been of higher quality than last year but some of the beans are a little smaller due to a shorter time to grow. Farmers had to hold off planting due to widespread flooding.

Cargill mployee Kent Stump, of Sidney, unloads a farmer’s freshly harvested soybeans at Cargill on Wednesday, Oct. 9. Soybeans brought to the elevator have been of higher quality than last year but some of the beans are a little smaller due to a shorter time to grow. Farmers had to hold off planting due to widespread flooding.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Cargill mployee Kent Stump, of Sidney, unloads a farmer’s freshly harvested soybeans at Cargill on Wednesday, Oct. 9. Soybeans brought to the elevator have been of higher quality than last year but some of the beans are a little smaller due to a shorter time to grow. Farmers had to hold off planting due to widespread flooding.

Cargill mployee Kent Stump, of Sidney, unloads a farmer’s freshly harvested soybeans at Cargill on Wednesday, Oct. 9. Soybeans brought to the elevator have been of higher quality than last year but some of the beans are a little smaller due to a shorter time to grow. Farmers had to hold off planting due to widespread flooding.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2019/10/web1_SDN101019SoyBeans-2.jpgCargill mployee Kent Stump, of Sidney, unloads a farmer’s freshly harvested soybeans at Cargill on Wednesday, Oct. 9. Soybeans brought to the elevator have been of higher quality than last year but some of the beans are a little smaller due to a shorter time to grow. Farmers had to hold off planting due to widespread flooding. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News