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More sand shipped from Winona this year

The storage sheds at the Hillside Avenue farm are filled with plucked and wrapped birds and more turkeys are awaiting their fates as the Ashley family gets ready for their busiest time of the year. In the days leading up to Thanksgiving, the Ashley Turkey Farm staff is working overtime, including owners Aimee Ashley Myers and her brothers, Scott and Larry Ashley. The farm has orders for about 2,500 fresh turkeys for the holidays while another 3,000 of the birds have been frozen for sale. The work starts in June when the Ashleys drive to meet a truck from the Cooper Hatchery in Ohio, which brings 1,000, day old chicks in a batch.
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I told him if we could find some clothes, I wanted to give clothes away to people that need it. Because I see a lot of people out there that dont have anything, Desiree said. t Desirees dad, Shawn Robinson, stumbled upon some storage sheds for sale, one of which had boxes and boxes full of clothes and blankets. Well I seen one full of clothes and thats my daughters Christmas wish, so thats the main reason why I bought them I thought that it would be better to give it away to the people that are less fortunate and really need it and dont have it, Robinson said.
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That is a 72 precent increase over the 232,000 tons it shipped last year, and is 6.5 times as much as was shipped in 2012. Frac sand has been the top commodity by far at the city-owned dock since 2012, but the sand became even more dominant this year, making up nearly 65 percent of the total tonnage shipped this year. Through October, the city of Winona Port Authority collected roughly $111,600 in tonnage fees from sand. The tonnage of shipments from two and half weeks of barge loading in November are still being recorded. CD Corporation sought a modification to its sand-shipping permit this summer, but withdrew the application when it became clear an environmental assessment worksheet (EAW) would have be completed.
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