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Most Exportable Supplies Moved By Rail With Significant Effect On Basis

As we continue a series of articles on U.S. supply chain logistics, rail is arguably the most important mode of transporting wheat for export. According to a recent USDA Modal Share Analysis Study, rail accounted for an average of 59% of inland transportation for wheat exports between 2016 and 2020, or an average annual total of 17.0 …

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USW, NAWG Applaud Introduction Of American Farmers Feed The World Act Of 2023

U.S. Wheat Associates (USW) joined the National Association of Wheat Growers (NAWG) and other agricultural organizations at a June 22 press conference introducing the “American Farmers Feed the World Act of 2023,” a bipartisan effort to “keep food in America’s international food aid programs.” U.S. Representatives Tracey Mann (KS), John Garamendi (CA), Rick Crawford (AR), …

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USW Board Member Bill Flory Shares His Experience At The IGP-KSU Flour Milling Course

Bill Flory compared it to sliding his feet into someone else’s shoes. It’s a well-worn analogy but one that perfectly describes his experience during the recent flour milling course presented by the International Grains Program (IGP) Institute and Kansas State University (KSU). “Getting a first-hand look at how wheat from my farm is milled to …

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