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Endowed Chair of Grain Marketing and Risk Management Filled by Dr. Xiaoli Etienne
In 2018, the Idaho Wheat Commission (IWC) signed an agreement with the University of Idaho (UI) to fund the Endowed Chair of Grain Marketing and Risk Management. Read More
Women Play Important Role in Idaho Agriculture
The 2017 Census of Agriculture showed that about a third more women were involved as principal operators on farms and ranches in the United States compared with the 2012 census year. Read More
Winter Wheat Variety Survey Launched
The Idaho Wheat Commission conducts planting surveys in November and July to understand which varieties have been planted throughout the state. Read More
What’s the Deal with Gluten?
It is easy to see, walking down the grocery aisles of your local supermarket, that gluten is the latest target of marketing gimmicks in the food industry.Read More
Idaho Wheat Commission Welcomes New Commissioner
Wayne Hurst, Burley, has been appointed by Governor Brad Little to serve as a commissioner with the Idaho Wheat Commission (IWC) representing district three. Read More
Amid Pandemic Trade Teams Turn Virtual
To Idaho wheat growers, summer months mean long days, warm temperatures, and harvest. Normally, summer also brings teams of international customers to visit fields that produce wheat they might purchase. Read More
Taiwan Flour Mills Association Visit Lewiston and Boise to Affirm Strong Relationship with Idaho Wheat GrowersRead More
Idaho Wheat Commission Licenses UI Cookie
For the first time, the Idaho Wheat Commission (IWC) has licensed a wheat variety in an effort to increase the return on investment of wheat grower dollars.Read More
To Till or Not to Till?
Wireworms are the larvae, or immature stage, of click beetles, which can damage a wide variety of crops.Read More
Moon Serves 10 Years as Commissioner
The Idaho Wheat Commission and Idaho wheat industry thank Ned Moon, Heyburn, for his commitment, contributions, and decade of service as District 3 Commissioner. Read More
Not Always a Weed? Annual ‘Italian’ Ryegrass
Wheat producers have legitimate concerns about ryegrass, a notoriously invasive weed in cereal crop rotations. It seems crazy to wheat growers for anyone to plant Italian ryegrass anywhere for any reason. Read More
Selling High-quality Soft White to South American Users Requires Technical Expertise
About half of all wheat grown in Idaho is consumed in the domestic market and the other half is shipped overseas to meet global demand. Read More
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