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US Wheat Associates Harvest Report for July 14, 2023

Despite delays due to rain and humidity, HRW harvest is now progressing in 9 states with data from 141 samples included in this week’s report. The SRW harvest is steadily progressing and is more than 80% complete. The PNW continues to trend hot and dry as harvest begins on SW winter wheat. Cooler temperatures across …

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‘Snackification’ Movement Growing Stronger, U.S. Wheat Could Benefit

Instead of asking “what’s in store” for crackers and cookies and other wheat-based snack foods in a post-COVID world, those in the U.S. wheat industry may want to ask the same question in a slightly modified way. What’s in the store? When COVID hit in 2020, international consumers had already been drawn to convenient foods that fit …

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US Wheat Associates Weekly Price Report, Feb 3rd, 2023

March ’23 wheat futures ended the week little changed. CBOT soft red winter (SRW) futures were up 9 cents on the week, closing at $7.57/bu. KCBT hard red winter (HRW) futures were up 4 cents, at $8.73/bu. MGE hard red spring (HRS) futures were unchanged at $9.22/bu. CBOT corn futures were down 5 cents, at …

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U.S. Wheat Associates Board of Directors Elects New Officers for 2023/24 Includes Oklahoman Michael Peters

 The U.S. Wheat Associates (USW) board of directors elected new officers for the organization’s 2023/24 (July to June) fiscal year at their meeting Feb. 3, 2023, in Washington, D.C. The board elected Jim Pellman of McClusky, N.D., as Secretary-Treasurer; Clark Hamilton of Ririe, Idaho, as Vice Chairman; Michael Peters of Okarche, Okla., as Chairman; and …

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Sharing Stories About U.S. Farm Families And Delicious Food

U.S. Wheat Associates (USW) is pleased to help share the positive stories about how U.S. farmers, ranchers and fisheries are producing excellent quality, delicious food for the world in highly sustainable ways. In fact, U.S. wheat farm families are featured in several video stories created by USDA and U.S. trade associations as part of a …

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