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Welcome to the website of the Michigan Wheat Program, the check-off program for Michigan wheat farmers. The Michigan Wheat Program was voted in by the state’s wheat farmers in July 2011 and reaffirmed through a continuation vote in 2016 and again in 2021. The program benefits the state’s nearly 8,000 wheat farmers who grow wheat in more than 50 of Michigan’s 83 counties.

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Come to our June 14th Summer Meeting and wagon ride tours
through the wheat research plots!

Coming up very quickly in June is the Michigan Wheat Program’s 11th Annual Summer Field Day!  It begins at 8:15 a.m. on Weds., June 14 at the MSU Plant Pathology Research Center, 3735 College Rd., in Lansing.

On-site check-in and a continental breakfast begin at 8:15 a.m.  Wagons pull out for the plot tour talks at 9 a.m.  These talks by MSU professors and research staff cover weed and disease control in wheat, high-management wheat production, disease resistant wheat varieties and wheat agronomy.

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news and announcements

Congratulations to Newly Minted Ag Leaders in the Great Lakes State.

The first-ever group of emerging Michigan leaders graduating from the MI Ag CORE Leadership Program.

Winter Wheat Website make-over announced

The Michigan Wheat Program has released a major next-generation revision of its website including a mobile-friendly platform, many new research reports, more page-one focus on events and activities, and significant wheat linkages to Michigan State University and other partners.

Grower Resources

2022 MSU Wheat Performance Trials

Read results of 125 varieties in MSU’s 2022 trials.

View Past Annual Meeting & Field Day Programs

Find the Michigan Wheat Program-sponsored events here. Includes full agenda and access the presentations, handouts and videos.

MAEAP Scholarship

The Michigan Wheat Program board has put its support behind the Michigan Agriculture Environmental Assurance Program (MAEAP).

Free Diagnostics

Michigan Wheat Program assists growers in identifying wheat ailments


The accomplishments of the first 10 years of the Michigan Wheat Program.

 A publication developed through research results from the first 10 years of the program,  outlining the necessities of wheat production.

An educational piece about gluten including what it is, does and why its important.