KIMBALL, S.D.(WNAX)- Warm, dry weather is pushing harvest along and that in turn will create a need for rail cars to move commodities out of the region.
Todd Yeaton, General Manager at Gavilon in Kimball, says there are no problems getting rail cars and shuttle trains right now.
Yeaton says there are drought impacts in the region that affect how the harvest is moving.
Yeaton says most of their soybeans are heading west.
Yeaton says they are seeing better than expected soybean yields on the early harvest in their area.