U.S. Wheat Associates (USW) has published its 2022 Crop Quality Report that includes grade, flour and baking data for all six U.S. wheat classes. The report compiles comprehensive data from analysis of hundreds of samples conducted during and after harvest by our partner organizations and laboratories. The report provides essential, objective information to help buyers get the wheat they need at the best value possible.
You can download the 2022 Crop Quality Report now in English, Arabic, French, Italian, Portuguese and Spanish. USW also shares more detailed, regional reports for all six U.S. wheat classes, including hard white (HW), on its website, as well as additional information on its sample and collection methods, solvent retention capacity (SRC) recommendations, standard deviation tables and more. View and download these reports and resources here.
Crop Quality Seminars Underway
In addition to the detailed report, USW has already started to share quality information in person or online through its annual Crop Quality Seminars. USW is very pleased that pandemic restrictions have eased in many countries, allowing farmers and industry representatives to personally share the good news once again about the 2022 U.S. wheat crop with many overseas customers.
For those who cannot participate in these seminars, USW will post new video quality reports about HRW, HRS, SW, SRW, Northern durum as well as a World Supply and Demand report. Look for a separate announcement when those videos will be available.
Excellent Quality, Every Class
USW has often shown how U.S. wheat farmers and export grain trade overcome many risks to produce quality crops for domestic and overseas use. Even with dramatically inflated fertilizer and fuel costs and unprecedented market volatility, the report demonstrates once again that U.S. wheat farmers and the export grain trade has overcome many risks to produce a range of wheat classes with excellent functional quality.
“This 2022 Crop Quality Report represents our goal to provide the most complete information about the milling and end-use qualities of U.S. wheat. With market factors keeping global wheat prices and volatility high, using this data will help you increase the value of your purchases, improve your products, and grow your business.” – Vince Peterson, USW President
For more information about the 2022 USW Crop Quality Report, Crop Quality Seminars and video quality reports, contact your local USW representative.