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2016-17 Annual Report Available

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November 2017 Dakota Gold Available

The November 2017 edition of the Dakota Gold Newsletter is now available online. To view it, click ...

2017 Crop Outlook and International Durum Forum to be Held in Minot

The North Dakota Wheat Commission (NDWC) and the U.S. Durum Growers Association (USDGA) will be hosting the 2017 ...

Register for 2017 Crop Outlook and International Durum Forum

The Crop Outlook and International Durum Forum, sponsored by the ND Wheat Commission and U.S. Durum Growers will ...

2017 Regional Crop Quality Reports Available

Regional crop quality reports for hard red spring wheat and Northern grown durum are now available. The ...

The North Dakota Wheat Commission works to sustain and expand use of wheat grown by North Dakota farmers by creating worldwide market opportunities through efforts including opening overseas markets, reinforcing consumption of grain foods, developing new wheat varieties and influencing international import and export policies. Wheat producers fund these programs with a checkoff of a penny and a half on each bushel sold.

Founded in 1959, the North Dakota Wheat Commission is directed through a grassroots approach. Producers meet at the county level to elect representatives, who in turn elect six district commissioners. The governor appoints a seventh commissioner from a list of nominees submitted by major farm and grower organizations. These seven producers make up the board of commissioners. They develop policy and programs, oversee their implementation and approve budget expenditures. Commissioners can serve no more than three four-year terms. Five employees administer programs and activities.

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2016-17 Annual Report
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