The sugar beets stay in the trucks until they arrive at processing plants Factory, where they are dumped in water-filled flumes and separated by their buoyancy from rocks gravel and even an occasional fence-post shaft. More than four thousand tons of beets rumble through these flumes each day during a typical campaign, which runs twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week, from September through February or March. In the factory, the beets are first cleaned in a beet washer to remove most of the soil and stones. Some 60 tons of stones removed daily from the flumes are sold to landscapers or crushed for roads.
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