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.

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Nebraska Wheat to change locations at NE State Fair

Nebraska Wheat will no longer host the “World of Wheat” display in the Exhibition Building of the NE State Fair. Instead, it will join the new Raising Nebraska exhibit on the fairgrounds. However, Nebraska Wheat will continue serving cinnamon rolls and fresh-baked wheat food samples from this new location. More information about the change can be found here.

NWB announces August meeting

The Nebraska Wheat Board will host its next meeting in Grand Island on August 21, 2014. More information about the meeting can be found here.

Wheat Crop Report

The most recent Nebraska Wheat spring crop update is here. Please note, now that harvest is complete, regular crop reports will resume when planting begins.

4th Annual NWGA Golf Tournament

The 4th annual NWGA golf tournament will be held September 4, 2014 in Ogallala, 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.

 

 

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