Capital Press: The Great Crop Insurance Debate

Last week, Capital Press published a great piece on crop insurance focusing on how it is the only guarantee of help when disaster strikes for farmers. The piece opens with an interview…

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AgriPulse: “The History of Tariffs is About to Repeat Itself”

By Taylre Beaty, NAWG Summer 2018 Intern Historically, trade wars between the United States and our partners have lead to negative long-term results for agricultural producers. Economists are looking to trade…

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NWF Blog: Making the Case for Research Funding for Wheat

By: Taylre Beaty, NAWG Intern, Summer 2018 Unlike production of corn and soybeans, wheat is down this season by roughly 4 million acres.  There are a few different factors that…

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NWF Blog: A Snapshot of Agri-Pulse’s “Export or Bust” Trade Series

“A look into the relationship between trade and American farmers” By: Taylre Beaty, NAWG Spring/Summer 2018 Intern This spring, Agri-Pulse published a five-part series, Export or Bust, that focuses on the…

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NAWG’s Craig Berning Shares His Experience of Participating in the 2018 Kansas Wheat Quality Tour

By: Craig Berning, Coordinator, Federal Government Relations The 2018 Winter Wheat Quality Tour took place throughout Kansas and parts of Nebraska, Colorado, and Oklahoma from April 30th-May 3rd, 2018. More…

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NEWS RELEASE: DTN/The Progressive Farmer Becomes Official Publication of the National Wheat Yield Contest

  Contact: Caitlin Eannello, NAWG Director of Communications, ceannello@wheatworld.org  Washington, D.C. (May 01, 2018) Today, the National Wheat Foundation (NWF) announced DTN, publisher of The Progressive Farmer, as the official…

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Meet the New 2018-2019 NWF Board!

The Foundation’s Board of Directors work to uphold the vision and mission of the organization by seeking to aggressively expand the Foundation’s outreach and partnerships with other national and state…

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Meet the New 2018-2019 NAWG Officers

The National Association of Wheat Growers (NAWG) represents wheat growers from 21 states across the country. Headquartered in Washington D.C., NAWG engages with policymakers and the Administration to make sure…

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