Nebraska Wheat

Wheat is an important crop in Nebraska, with farmers producing 60-80 million bushels each year. This grain has sustained family farms in the state for generations, and filled consumer needs across the globe with a consistently high-quality product. It has also helped to define Nebraska as a flourishing agricultural mainstay in the United States and around the world.

That’s why the Nebraska Wheat Board and the Nebraska Wheat Growers Association will continue working to ensure that the way of life for wheat producers can continue into the future.


NWB will host a rulemaking hearing on November 19, 2015

The hearing will take place at 9:00 AM, CT, in Nebraska Wheat Board’s Conference Room, Fourth Floor, Nebraska State Office Building, 301 Centennial Mall South, Lincoln, Nebraska 68509. The purpose of the hearing is to take testimony and evidence concerning the proposed adoption of Nebraska Administrative Code, Title 483, Chapter 1 entitled Wheat Board Excise Tax Regulations. More information can be found in this document: Notice of Public Hearing

Vomitoxin and Low Test Weight data for producers

For producers facing issues with lower test weights and those seeing levels of vomitoxin in their wheat, read this report for more data on options you can take with the current crop and how to help prevent it in next year’s crop.

Fun with Wheat Blog

Looking for easy ways to incorporate wheat into recipes? Short on time but need a dinner option or treat to take to a picnic? Check out Nebraska Wheat’s new blog for recipes, tips and tricks on great wheat foods.





NWGA announces annual meeting

The NWGA annual meeting will be held December 8 in North Platte, NE. For more information, click here.

Mark Spurgin of Paxton elected to NWGA Board of Directors

Mark Spurgin, a wheat farmer and cattle rancher from Paxton was recently elected to serve on the NWGA Board of Directors. For more information, click here.

Mobile Baking Lab in Beaver Crossing, NE

Nebraska Wheat and the Mobile Baking Lab traveled to Beaver Crossing, Neb. to bake wheat foods for the residents and volunteers working on tornado cleanup. For more information on the relief effort, head here.



Frenchman Valley Coop

Serving farmers for more than 100 years, FVC is the 6th largest grain company in the state. Read about the role this farmer-owned cooperative plays in making Nebraska wheat harvest happen: Frenchman Valley Coop (PDF).

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