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The Montana Wheat and Barley Committee: Putting your checkoff dollars to work.

Established in 1967, the Montana Wheat and Barley Committee promotes research, marketing and education for the benefit of Big Sky producers living, working and growing here in the Last Best Place.

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News

Record Yield’s Now Projected in the Treasure State

Winter wheat is projected to have a record yield at 52 bu/ac! 2 bu/ac higher than the previous 50 bu/ac in 2018-2019.

 

Hold on! Barley is now projected to be at 65 bu/ac, beating out the previous record of 62 bu/ac in 2010!

 

WAIT there is more! The projected yield for spring wheat would also be a record yield! At 40 bu/ac would beat the previous record of 38 bu/ac in 2010!

 

Nationwide All wheat production is now forecast at 4% below last year. Winter wheat is down 8%, durum up 15%, spring wheat up 3% and barley up 4%.

Crop Progress, Reap What You Sow

Harvest is slightly behind across the board. The current weather conditions warrant long days on the combine to get the crop in the bin. Our producers will work the long hours to reap the rewards of a high-quality grain. Harvest symbolizes so many positive virtues in life. My favorite being “You reap what you sow”, the efforts you put into the crops now often directly affect what your result is, which can translate to so many different things in our lives. Often families reunite to help, children travel home, friends lend a hand and the community celebrates these efforts. MWBC hopes your harvest is wholesome and safe.

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    The Montana Wheat and Barley Committee is the checkoff organization for wheat and barley growers in the state, funded and directed by Montana producers.
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    Press releases and presentations from the MWBC.
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