Are You Ready to Win the Season?

2020 NWYC Press Release

 

The results are in, and WestBred growers once again set record yields across a diverse range of geographies and growing conditions.

 

2020 NATIONAL WHEAT YIELD CONTEST WESTBRED WINNERS:

WINTER WHEAT - DRYLAND

  • 1st Place, Percentage Increase – Travis Freeburg, Pine Bluffs, Wyoming with an increase of 349.57% over county average with WB4462
  • 2nd Place, High Yield – Doug Stout, Genesee, Idaho with a yield of 179.91 Bu/A with KELDIN 
  • 3rd Place, Percentage Increase – Scott Kodesh, Marland, Oklahoma with an increase of 206.63% over county average with WB4699
  • 4th Place, Percentage Increase – Levi Johnson, Helena, Oklahoma with an increase of 206.16% over county average with WB4699
  • 5th Place, Percentage Increase – Tyler Ediger, Meade, Kansas with an increase of 205.01% over county average with WB4792

SPRING WHEAT - DRYLAND

  • BIN BUSTER – Trevor Stout, Genesee, Idaho with a yield of 139.22 Bu/A with WB9303
  • 1st Place, High Yield – Randy Duncan, Tekoa, Washington with a yield of 125.79 Bu/A with WB6121
  • 3rd Place, High Yield – Rick Albrecht, Wimbledon, North Dakota with a yield of 120.65 Bu/A with WB9590
  • 2nd Place, Percentage Increase - Jordan Christman, Hettinger, North Dakota with an increase of 132.44% over county average with WB9719
  • 3rd Place, Percentage Increase - Raymond & Amanda Kopp, Des Lacs, North Dakota with an increase of 126.18% over county average with WB9719

SPRING WHEAT – IRRIGATED

  • BIN BUSTER - Terry Wilcox, Rexburg, Idaho with a yield of 172.60 Bu/A with WB9668
  • 1st Place, High Yield – Dallin Wilcox, Rexburg, Idaho with a yield of 167.02 Bu/A with WB9707
  • 2nd Place, High Yield - James Getzinger, Moses Lake, Washington with a yield of 164.34 with WB9662

2021 NWYC Contest

This is your year. And WestBred wheat is dedicated to helping you win the season by providing locally tested, regionally specific wheat varieties with superior yield potential to help you come out on top.

The National Wheat Foundation Officially Opens its 2021 National Wheat Yield Contest on January 1, 2021.

2020 NWYC Contest Rules

WestBred wheat varieties are bred to offer industry-leading genetic potential. This contest highlights the production practices growers like you are using to maximize that potential — and celebrates the successes you’re seeing in the field.

NWYC 2019 Press Release
NWYC 2020 Media Release Form

*NO PURCHASE NECESSARY TO ENTER OR WIN. PURCHASE WILL NOT INCREASE THE ODDS OF WINNING.  VOID WHERE PROHIBITED BY LAW. The 2021 Westbred Exclusive NWYC Contest (the “Contest”) runs concurrently with, but separately from, the 2021 National Wheat Yield Contest (the “NWYC”). The Official Rules for the NWYC are located at https://yieldcontest.wheatfoundation.org (the “NWYC Rules”).

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