Grain Transportation: Railroads Pick Up Speed – DTN

🕔Dec 31, 2014With improved service and fewer customer complaints, the holiday season has been a merrier time for U.S. railroads than at other times throughout the year. The Canadian Pacific Railway (CP) […]

DTN’s Top Ag Stories: Grain Shippers Deal with Disaster

🕔Dec 30, 2014When baseball players pull off a triple-play, it is considered a great feat. However, when Mother Nature did it, it was a disaster for grain shippers. The “Polar Vortex” of […]

U.S. Grain Transportation: Corn Inspections Highest Since October

🕔Dec 26, 2014For the week ending December 18, total inspections of corn from all major export regions reached .767 million metric tons (mmt), up 40 percent from the past week but down […]

Keith Good: Embattled Railroads Get Thumbs Up; Hog Numbers on Rise

🕔Dec 24, 2014Transportation- Economic Issues, Food Prices In transportation news, Marcia Zarley Taylor reported yesterday at DTN that, “Ag customers may give North American railroads a failing grade for most of 2014. Backlogs cost Dakota and […]

U.S. Grain Transportation: Rail Shipments Make Big Jump

🕔Dec 18, 2014U.S. railroads originated 25,819 carloads of grain during the week ending December 6, up 28 percent from last week, 26 percent from last year, and 25 percent from the 3-year […]

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