Advancing wheat through advocacy, alliances, and innovation.


Totaling only one-quarter of 1 percent of the federal budget, this relatively small but wise investment is worth protecting for the benefit of farmers and consumers.


NAWG and U.S. Wheat Associates, the industry’s overseas market development organization, work together to fashion trade policy priorities for the industry.

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NAWG Weekly Update: February 16, 2017

House Panel Hears from Experts about Troubling Economic Conditions in Agriculture Yesterday the House Agriculture Committee held a hearing to review the economic challenges facing rural America. The National Association of Wheat Growers recognize the...

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NAWG is the primary representative of U.S. wheat growers, who by combining their strengths, voices, and ideas, are working to ensure a better future for themselves, their industry, and the general public.

One bushel contains 1 million kernels
A bushel makes about 45 boxes of cereal

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