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  • Lock and Dam 2 Welcomes First Barge March 30, 2015
    Some points on the grain shipping system are less frozen than they were last year; some are not. The first barge has moved through Lock and Dam 2, but Duluth has yet to see its first ocean-going vessel.
  • Lock and Dam 2 Welcomes First Barge March 30, 2015
    Some points on the grain shipping system are less frozen than they were last year; some are not. The first barge has moved through Lock and Dam 2, but Duluth has yet to see its first ocean-going vessel.
  • West Coast Port Tension Still Simmering March 23, 2015
    The International Longshore and Warehouse Union plans to hold a caucus sometime during the week of March 30 during which 90 union delegates will decide whether to recommend a tentative agreement on a new five-year contract covering workers at all 29 West Coast ports for consideration by the union's full membership.
  • Overheard at NGFA March 19, 2015
    Planting prospects, corn quality concerns, how to handle the closing of the pit trade ??? just a few of the conversations I overheard at this year's National Grain and Feed Association annual convention in San Antonio.
  • Ice in Upper Mississippi River Melting; Ice Jams a Danger March 16, 2015
    Warmer weather is allowing ice on northern portions of U.S. inland waterways to melt and break up.
  • STB Wants Weekly Railroad Service Reports to Become Permanent March 9, 2015
    Several shipping groups and the National Grain and Feed Association are among those voicing support for the Surface Transportation Board's proposal to require railroads to publicly file various weekly data reports pertaining to service performance. The railroads say the reports are unnecessary.