PROVIDING THE WORLD’S BEST WHEAT & BARLEY
Elect the best varieties for you—and the industry

By Ryan Higginbotham Each time farmers select the varieties of winter wheat to plant on their […]

Counting your blessings–and wheat seed

by Scott Yates The old question about planting wheat by seeds per acre rather than pounds […]

Learning the language of milling

International Grains Program decodes milling’s mysteries By Scott A. Yates Wherever you are in the world, […]

Tiny bubbles are key to wheat quality

Bubble trouble gets quality anomaly By Doug Engle Wheat quality is really pretty easy to understand […]

Millions of years in the making

Columbia River has a lonnnng history Although only 15 percent of the Columbia River drainage is […]