National Association of Wheat Growers President and Washington State wheat grower, Nicole Berg, testified in front of the Conservation and Forestry Subcommittee of the House Agriculture Committee, A 2022 Review of the Farm Bill: Stakeholder Perspectives on Title II...
The September 2022 Wheat Outlook analyzes the 2021/22 and 2022/23 WASDE as well as supply and demand changes linked to new data from the U.S. Bureau of the Census and USDA, National Agricultural Statistics Service. To read entire article, Click...
The National Association of Wheat Growers (NAWG) and U.S. Wheat Associates (USW) applaud the tentative agreement reached between the railroads and rail union representatives that averts a rail shutdown ahead of Friday's deadline. The agreement provides rail employees a 24...
Written collaboratively by: Jonathan Kleinjan, Christopher Graham,  Sunish Sehgal,  Kevin Kirby, Shawn Hawks, Bruce Swan, and Cody Hall Crop performance testing results are released annually through the activities of SDSU Extension and the South Dakota Agricultural Experiment Station at SDSU. View...
Russian wheat export prices fell last week after a decline in wheat prices in Chicago and the signing of a deal aimed at resumption of massive exports from Ukraine, analysts said on Monday. Russia, Ukraine, the United Nations and...
Reuters writer Max Hunder reported yesterday that, “Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy said on Monday he had held talks with Turkish leader Tayyip Erdogan on the need to unblock Ukraine’s ports and resume its grain exports. “‘We appreciate (Turkish) support. Discussed...
Source: joint statement by U.S. Wheat Associates and National Wheat Growers Association The finding by the FDA is not an approval for this or any other transgenic wheat to be planted for commercial sale in the United States. To date,...
Yusuf Khan and Will Horner reported in today’s Wall Street Journal that, “Fine farm weather and a rush of Russian grain ships through the Black Sea have taken the sting out of global wheat prices, a welcome sign for vulnerable...
MSU Extension Service Climbing market prices for wheat are beginning to earn growers’ attention in Mississippi. The state’s wheat acreage is trending back up after several years of historic lows, and this year’s crop quality also shows promise. The U.S. Department...
Missy Ryan reported in Saturday’s Washington Post that, “Top diplomats urged swift global action on Friday in the face of a mounting food crisis, as the war in Ukraine worsens conditions that have pushed millions of people into hunger. “German...
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