Buyers & Processors


Are you interested in buying wheat or barley from the United States?

The Washington Grain Commission (WGC) does not buy or sell wheat or barley, but we can connect buyers with the elevators and exporters who do.   U.S. Wheat Associates (USW) and U.S. Grains Council (USGC) serve as the American farmers’ export market development organizations representing wheat and barley.

Find the nearest USW office here.

More information on barley is offered by the U.S. Grains Council.

The WGC frequently hosts trade teams for overseas buyers interested in Washington wheat and barley. Coordinated through U.S. Wheat Associates, U.S. Grains Council, the WGC provides tours of farms, country grain elevators and grain inspection offices allow customers to be assured of the quality of wheat and barley they are receiving.

Online Resources:

  • USDA/FGIS: The USDA’s Federal Grain Inspection Service maintains a list of registered exporters on its website.
  • Pacific Northwest Grain and Feed Association (PNWGFA) is a non-profit organization which serves to organize, promote and serve the mutual needs of firms involved in the processing, handling and merchandising of grain, feed, and other agricultural commodities within the States of Idaho, Montana, Oregon and Washington.
  • North American Export Grain Association (NAGEA): Many companies and cooperatives that supply U.S. wheat belong to the North American Export Grain Association (NAEGA). NAEGA provides a trade team form where prospective buyers can ask to be put into contact with suppliers. Find out more on the NAEGA website.
  • Washington State Department of Agriculture Grain Inspection