Looking to earn bragging rights as the best wheat grower?

Applications must be submitted by July 1

Alberta Wheat Commission is holding a fun contest to find the “most productive wheat grower” in the province. There are separate categories for dryland and irrigated farms, and entrants must grow a registered class/variety that falls under the Canadian Grain Commission western standards (CWRS, CWHWS, CWAD, CWRW, CWSWS, CWES, CPSW, CPSR, CNHR, or CWSP).

The contest is free: Download an application at www.albertawheat.com and submit it, along with an agronomy report, to [email protected] by July 1.

The field must be at least 10 acres and a licensed agronomist must witness the harvest. (Full details are included with the application form.)

The two winners will receive FarmTech 2018 passes.

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