Golden Waves of Grain 

Moscow's burning, Egypt's buying and Palouse farmers are ready to make a bundle.

Inside the air-conditioned cab of a 1983 John Deere combine, Ben Barstow projects his voice to be heard over the threshing outside. “If you want to make money, don’t go into agriculture,” he yells knowingly. “But if you don’t mind the…

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