Ind. Grain Stores Filling Up Year After Drought
Created by khavens on 11/4/2013 8:27:18 AM

LAFAYETTE, Ind. (AP): Indiana's grain storage centers are filling up with freshly harvested corn and soybeans one year after a drought left the state's cropland parched and plagued by low yields. Purdue University estimates that about a third of Indiana's nearly 1.3 billion bushels of grain storage capacity sat empty last year after the worst drought in decades hurt crop yields.