Grain: The Harold Anderson Story | Part Two
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In part two, The Anderson's begins to diversify, first with a warehouse market, then with fertilizer and corncobs. Harold and his family produced the "Big Pour" in 1953 and it was so newsworthy that national media covered the 11-day event. It was work; it was fun; it was a reality show. When it was complete, the region had a new, three-million bushel capacity grain elevator.
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