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Harvest is in full swing as trucks deliver beans to MnSP in Brewster

Trucks lining up to deliver their cargos to the Minnesota Soybean Processors crush and bio-diesel facility.

The soybean harvest is in full swing, with trucks lining up to deliver their cargos to the Minnesota Soybean Processors crush and bio-diesel facility in Brewster.
The soybean harvest is in full swing, with trucks lining up to deliver their cargos to the Minnesota Soybean Processors crush and bio-diesel facility in Brewster.
Tim Middagh/The Globe
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The soybean harvest is in full swing, with trucks lining up to deliver their cargos to the Minnesota Soybean Processors crush and bio-diesel facility in Brewster.

Drivers wait in line to drop off their beans at the Minnesota Soybean Processors crush and bio-diesel facility in Brewster.
Drivers wait in line to drop off their beans at the Minnesota Soybean Processors crush and bio-diesel facility in Brewster.
Tim Middagh/The Globe
Semi tractor trailers line up to dump soybeans at the Minnesota Soybean Processors crush and bio-diesel facility in Brewster.
Semi tractor trailers line up to dump soybeans at the Minnesota Soybean Processors crush and bio-diesel facility in Brewster.
Tim Middagh/The Globe
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Tim Middagh joined The Globe in the fall of 2015 as the newspaper's full-time photographer. A native of Worthington, he enjoys taking nature and wildlife photos.
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