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What a wheat crop!

A wheat harvest of 192.85 bushels per acre may sound too good to be true. It's not. That's what Phillip Gross, a farmer from Warden, Wash., harvested to take the top spot in the National Wheat Foundation's 2016 National Wheat Yield Contest. For m...

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A wheat harvest of 192.85 bushels per acre may sound too good to be true. It’s not.

  That’s what Phillip Gross, a farmer from Warden, Wash., harvested to take the top spot in the National Wheat Foundation’s 2016 National Wheat Yield Contest.

For more information on him and his crop, as well as a full list of the winners, can be found here .

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