Niemeyer: Waterway infrastructure a quiet driver in grain market - 8/3/2016
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A quiet factor is playing a big role in the U.S. grain market. Garry Niemeyer, a former president of the National Corn Growers Association, tells Agri-Pulse that waterways infrastructure that gets grain to market plays a huge role in what the producer can collect for their crop