• In this Aug. 20, 2015 photo, elevator worker Brian Grahn inspects a rail car about to be loaded with spring wheat in Sterling, N.D. With fall harvest fast approaching, farmers are expecting to get the trains they need to move crops to market, a turnaround from the past two years when elevators across North Dakota _ and in some other farm states _ were overflowing and mountains of grain were piled on the ground awaiting rail cars. (AP Photo/James MacPherson)

    In reversal, abundant grain trains available for harvest

    STERLING, N.D. (AP) — The grain elevator that towers over this small prairie town has been humming with workers loading crops onto rail cars destined for domestic and worldwide markets.