Montana is unique in its ability to grow three different classes of wheat: hard red winter, hard red spring, and durum. Montana also ranks third among the states in total wheat production
, and approximately 80% of the Montana wheat crop is exported
out of the country to buyers all over the world. Existing and potential buyers and processors can rely on the Montana Wheat and Barley Committee to provide valuable information and services on behalf of the state's wheat producers. Learn more.
the women and men who produce Montana's top quality wheat and barley, and find out what makes Big Sky Country so special. Learn more.
Agriculture is the financial engine that drives Montana's economy, bringing in $2 billion in annual revenue plus associated benefits to rural communities. One in five Montana workers is employed in agriculture or a related field. The Montana Wheat and Barley Committee is grower-funded and grower-controlled
, putting those checkoff dollars to work
to ensure Montana's future in the wheat and barley industry. Learn more.
The Montana Wheat and Barley Committee supports trade teams
that connect Montana's top-quality wheat and barley with markets around the world. Learn more.