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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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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GUEST BLOG: Letter from Alex McGregor, The McGregor Company, on the Importance of Trade

Together, as wheat growers and all the businesses that serve farm families, we must speak out with a sense of urgency and passion! Hi, I’m Alex McGregor of The McGregor…

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Thank A Farmer This Year on National Ag Day!

Envision a word without a farmer: uncertainty of where your next meal will come from, your clothing, and many more daily essentials. The vastly growing population depends on American farmers…

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Guest Blog: Disease Control at Any Stage – The BASF Wheat Fungicide Story

At Commodity Classic this year, BASF will share how its fungicide portfolio benefits a wheat crop throughout its growth cycle, ultimately influencing yield potential. From protecting seedlings during planting, to…

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Blog: House Committee on Science Examines Glyphosate Labeling in Defense of Scientific Integrity

By: Allison Taff, NAWG’s Spring 2018 Texas A&M Intern Glyphosate is a safe herbicide commonly used by wheat growers that is very effective at controlling weeds prior to planting or…

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Guest Blog: Can Variable Rate Technology Improve Spring Wheat Quality?

Submission by Chris Heidrich, Senior Technology Manager, WinField United    When we harvest spring wheat, our best-looking, highest-yielding fields often lack protein. Great yields with low protein one year can…

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