Another U.S. wheat harvest season is approaching. U.S. Wheat Associates (USW) will begin publishing its weekly harvest report for marketing year 2022/23 on Friday, May 13, 2022.
USW Harvest Reports are published every Friday afternoon, Eastern Daylight Time, throughout the season with updates and comments on harvest progress, crop conditions and current crop quality for hard red winter (HRW), soft red winter (SRW), hard red spring (HRS), soft white (SW) and durum wheat.
Anyone may subscribe to receive the Harvest Report directly to their email inbox at this link. USW includes links in the email to additional wheat condition and grading information, including the U.S. Drought Monitor, USDA/NASS Crop Progress and National Wheat Statistics, the official FGIS wheat grade standards, and USDA’s World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates report. Harvest Reports are also posted online on the USW website here.
The weekly Harvest Report is a key component of USW’s international technical and marketing programs. It is a resource that helps customers understand how the crop situation may affect basis values and export prices.
USW’s overseas offices share the report with their market contacts and use it as a key resource in meetings and for answering inquiries. Several USW offices publish the report in the local language. Additional links to the Harvest Report are available on USW’s Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn pages, where we also share harvest photos throughout the week.
USW wants to thank and acknowledge the organizations that make “Harvest Reports” possible, including:
- California Wheat Commission Laboratory;
- Durum Wheat Quality and Pasta Processing Laboratory, North Dakota State University (NDSU)
- Great Plains Analytical Laboratory;
- Plains Grains, Inc.;
- State Wheat Commissions;
- USDA/Federal Grain Inspection Service;
- USDA/Foreign Agricultural Service;
- USDA/Agricultural Research Service Hard Winter Wheat Quality Laboratory;
- USDA/National Agricultural Statistics Service;
- Wheat Marketing Center;
- Wheat Quality & Carbohydrate Research, Department of Plant Sciences, NDSU;
- Wheat Quality Council.
Learn more about the work, risk and rewards of each U.S. wheat harvest here and in the video below.