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The Dakota Gold Newsletter is published four times a year by the North Dakota Wheat Commission. The current newsletter and previous issues are posted below for download in a PDF version.
 

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Archive for Apr 2024



Producer Workshop Provides Glimpse into Final Product and Export Process

Many producers may not be fully aware of what happens to their wheat after it leaves their farm and even if they do know, few have a chance to see the journey first hand.  A recent producer workshop ...

NDWC Chairman Jim Pellman has Opportunity to visit customers in China and Vietnam

Wheat farmers from Maryland, Minnesota and North Dakota toured flour mills and bakeries in Vietnam, getting a close look at how U.S. Wheat Associates (USW) works with customers to promote U.S. wheat. ...

Commission Approves 2024-25 Research Funding

At its March research review meeting, the NDWC approved research requests in the amount of $1.24 million, up marginally from the previous year.  While the number of research requests and dollar amount ...

Producers Encouraged to Prioritize Quality in Variety Selection

Producer awareness of quality differences among wheat variety choices is important to maintaining the premium paid for the hard red spring wheat class.   Direct premiums paid at the elevator ...

WMR-World Durum Production Poised to Rebound

The 2024 world durum crop is beginning to take shape, and early projections are for about a 10% rebound in production over last year.  The International Grains Council is projecting a 1.27 billion ...

WMR-U.S. Spring Wheat Acres Projected Up Slightly

Spring wheat producers across the U.S. indicated they intend to plant slightly more acres in 2024, up 1% from 2023 on a national basis to 11.3 million, based on a March USDA survey.  This was higher ...

WMR-Will 2024 Bring a Change in World Wheat Dynamics?

World wheat prices have dropped sharply compared to 2 years ago, due to successive years of large Russian wheat crops, and aggressive movement onto the world market.  In addition, world leaders have ...

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