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Wheat groups seek input on ‘action plan’

The U.S. wheat industry has taken the offensive to revitalize itself. Now it's seeking input from farmers and others. The National Association of Wheat Growers and National Wheat Foundation are working on the previously announced National Wheat A...

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The U.S. wheat industry has taken the offensive to revitalize itself. Now it’s seeking input from farmers and others.

The National Association of Wheat Growers and National Wheat Foundation are working on the previously announced National Wheat Action Plan to improve wheat productivity and farmer profitability. As part of the effort, the groups are conducting an online survey  to collect insights on what can and should be done.

For more information on the plan, visit National Wheat Foundation and click on “wheat national plan.”

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Read a previous Agweek story on the plan here .

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