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Extended drought leads to waning optimism on potential of Kansas wheat crop
March 30, 2023
75% of Kansas in moderate to exceptional drought Wheat farmers are, by nature, optimistic, but that optimism is starting to wane in southwest Kansas, where much of the wheat that was drilled...
USW Analysis Shows Russian Intervention Has Fueled Every Wheat Price Spike Since 2007
March 22, 2023
Headlines from the Black Sea region continue to move markets more than a year after Russia’s unprovoked invasion of Ukraine.
National Wheat Yield Contest is open for 2023 entries
March 15, 2023
While overall prospects for the 2023 Kansas wheat harvest remain dim due to sustained drought conditions, producers who have received timely moisture are encouraged to enter the 2023 National Wheat...
Good things come to those who bake: Celebrate Bake and Take Month This March with Kansas Wheat
March 8, 2023
Spring is in the air, and so is the smell of freshly baked treats delivered by home bakers taking part in Bake and Take Month this March. Kansas Wheat encourages all to join in this tradition as...
Kansas Wheat Launches “Wheat’s on Your Mind” Podcast
March 1, 2023
Just in time for spring fieldwork season in the tractor, Kansas Wheat is proud to announce the launch of the newest broadcast in town — the “Wheat’s on Your Mind” podcast.
Register Today for March Wheat Rx Schools in McPherson and Russell
February 22, 2023
Wheat industry mourns loss of colleague and friend Mark Fowler
February 22, 2023
Everyone at U.S. Wheat Associates (USW), Kansas Wheat and the entire U.S.
Kansas Wheat Offers Two Scholarships Honoring Industry Leaders
February 14, 2023
High school seniors and current Kansas college students have until March 17, 2023, to apply for one of two $1,000 scholarships from Kansas Wheat honoring industry leaders Herb Clutter and David...
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