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NAWG Announces Chairman Glenn “GT” Thompson as 2023 Wheat Leader of the Year
December 2023/ January 2024
Wheat Organizations Welcome Reopening of Border Rail Crossings
Closed Rail Crossings on the Mexican Border Puts Crucial Wheat Exports at Risk
November 2023 Podcast
NAWG Statement on Prop 65 Permanent Injunction
Wheat is one of the world’s most important plants. Today, U.S. farmers grow about 50 million acres of wheat, providing food for hundreds of millions of people at home and abroad while supporting jobs in rural communities as well as mills, bakeries, grocery stores and restaurants.
NAWG has three regular meetings each year; the Fall and Winter Wheat Conferences held in conjunction with U.S. Wheat Associates, and Commodity Classic — the premier convention and trade show for the wheat, corn, soybean and sorghum industries.
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