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Check Out the Latest Varieties From WestBred Wheat

With new seed comes new yield potential. See what the 2019 varieties can offer your wheat fields.

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George Washington: President, Patriot and… Wheat Grower

What do you and America’s first president have in common? Wheat farming.

We’ve been planting certified seed for 18 years. It has better varieties. The [certified] varieties we grow are the best and make us the most money.
John McDonnell - Gallatin County, Montana

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As a wheat grower, you strive every day to maximize yield and profit potential.

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