Issue 66Prairie Grains
Prairie Grains is the official publication of the Minnesota Association of Wheat Growers, North Dakota Grain Growers Association, Montana Grain Growers Association and South
Dakota Wheat, Inc.
Copyright Prairie Grains MagazineFebruary2005
Optical sensors may someday help pinpoint in-field wheat quality
Competing with and selling wheat to the world’s
largest wheat producers
Seeds of hope: Iraqi farmers are planting U.S.
wheat and barley varieties that may help improve Iraq’s self-sufficiency in producing food
Rebuilding Iraq’s agriculture: the most important
contributor to this country’s economy, next to oil
Why was wheat protein so low in 2004?
2004 wheat research results, priorities for 2005
State legislative sessions begin
Association Perspectives: Addressing Rising Costs Critical to Farm
Taming the Bulls and Bears: New Minneapolis Grain Exchange Index
I’m Not An Expert, This Is Just the Way I Do Things: Putting in Tile
Rock N Roll Agronomy: Asian Soybean Rust Both a Threat and an
Opportunity for Northern Growers, Let’s Not Go Unprepared
Prairie Ramblings: The Lost Winter Diaries of Lewis & Clark