Just outside tiny Sheffield, Iowa, a modern steel and glass office building has sprung up next to a cornfield. Behind it, there's a plant that employs almost 700 workers making Sukup brand steel grain bins. The factory provides an economic anchor for Sheffield, population 1,125.
Charles Sukup, the company's president, says that even though workers can be hard to come by, there are no plans to relocate.
"Our philosophy is you bloom where you're planted," Sukup says with a smile.