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Being successful in an ever-changing world market requires new ideas and new approaches. Knowledge, experience and resources create the flexibility needed for the IWC to adjust to changing situations and help gain the best advantages for Idaho’s wheat producers. The IWC strives to maximize profitability for Idaho wheat producers by investing funds in market development, research, and information and education.

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Friday, September 05, 2014
Japanese Milling Managers to Visit Idaho
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Winter Wheat Production in Northwest Region Down 19 Percent from Last Year

Idaho planted 780,000 acres of winter wheat in 2014, unchanged from 2013. Harvested area, at 730,000 acres, is down 10,000 acres from 2013. Winter wheat production in Idaho is 58.4 million bushels, down 8 percent from last year with yield estimated at 80.0 bushels per acre, down 6.0 bushels per acre from 2013.

Idaho planted 480,000 acres of spring wheat in 2014, down 50,000 acres from 2013. Harvested area, at 455,000 acres, is down 55,000 acres from 2013. Spring wheat production in Idaho is 34.6 million bushels, down 12 percent from last year with yield estimated at 76.0 bushels per acre, down 1.0 bushel per acre from 2013.

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