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WHEAT

Father-son duo Tom and Scott Perlick manage the farming and distilling sides of their business in northern Wisconsin.
Swany White Flour Mills, Ltd., in downtown Freeport, Minnesota, is one of the longest-running family-owned flour mills in Minnesota, and shares a common family tree with Famo Feeds Inc., a much larger livestock feed mill along Interstate 94, west of town.
The United States is the world's fourth-largest wheat exporter and problems are hitting output at a time when the world can ill afford to lose any more supplies of the staple grain amid a global food crisis.
Jared Goplen, a farmer and University of Minnesota Extension educator on crops and forage, is seeing more interest in small grains in traditional corn and soybean country for a few reasons: soil health, weed and pest management, and benefits to livestock operations.
Arlan Larson and his sons, Ben and Matt, of Climax, Minnesota, in 2005 were the focus of an Agweek wheat harvest cover of the Grand Forks Herald “Salute to Agriculture" section. Today, the sons are in the driver seat and a 3-year old in the jump seat, is now joining the operation and runs the big equipment. They’ve found a fair crop, despite challenging drought conditions
A western South Dakota farmer wanted a bin aeration control system he could operate from his smartphone. When he learned it would cost $80,000 he used his tech savvy to build his own — for $100.

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A recent U.S. Department of Agriculture report showed both favorable and unfavorable weather developments across Iowa, Minnesota, Montana, North Dakota and South Dakota. It also showed a damaged winter wheat crop in South Dakota.

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