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Colorado has a long and proud history of wheat production. The art of growing this “prairie gold” has been passed down from generation to generation, and more than two million acres of wheat are currently planted in Colorado each year.
As we move forward in our efforts to help feed America and the world, our industry will continue to make strides to positively impact yields and quality. By ensuring that Colorado remains at the forefront of nationwide wheat research and development, we are not only caring for our own farms and families—we are also guaranteeing that future generations of Colorado wheat growers will continue to enjoy this way of life for years to come.
April 25, 2016
CROP PROGRESS AND CONDITION WEEK ENDING APRIL 24, 2016 AGRICULTURAL SUMMARY: Precipitation last week supplied crucial soil moisture, generally improving pasture and crop conditions. Producers managed to sustain planting activities as extensive gains were achieved between precipitation events. As of April … Continue reading
April 19, 2016
CROP PROGRESS AND CONDITION WEEK ENDING APRIL 17, 2016 AGRICULTURAL SUMMARY: Fieldwork increased early last week as producers rallied ahead of a weekend storm in which an abundance of snow and rain were received statewide. This event replenished moisture supplies in … Continue reading
April 11, 2016
CROP PROGRESS AND CONDITION WEEK ENDING APRIL 10, 2016 AGRICULTURAL SUMMARY: Field activity gained momentum as conditions last week were generally dry with a marked increase in cooler temperatures. Districts in Southwest Colorado experienced high winds with dry conditions, resulting in … Continue reading
April 11, 2016
The National Association of Wheat Growers (NAWG) and 17 state wheat organizations have joined a wide coalition of agricultural organizations in urging Congress to act quickly on the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP). In a letter to U.S. Speaker of the House … Continue reading
April 11, 2016
Update from Kirk Broders, Assistant Professor in the Department of Bioagricultural Sciences and Pest Management, Colorado State University. Wheat in the Fort Collins area varies, but most is still in the tillering stage (Feekes 5). Wheat around the state is … Continue reading
March 31, 2016
Calendar of Events
From west side of Walsh, north 4 mi on Rd 43, west 1.5 mi on Rd HH. Research station on
south side of Rd HH. GPS: 37.4346, -102.3193
From Hwy 385/287 in Lamar, go 20 mi south on Hwy 287/385, 3.5 mi east on CR M, 2 mi
south on CR 12, 1.6 mi east on CR K. GPS: 37.7745, -102.5186
From Brandon, north 6.4 mi on CR 59, west 2 mi on CR W, south 0.25 mi on CR 57. GPS: 38.5361, -102.4723
Burlington: From Burlington, south 7 mi on Hwy 385, west on CR L for 1 mi, south 0.4 mi on CR 47. GPS: 39.1818, -102.2968
From Genoa/I-70: 0.9 mi north on CR 31, then east 2 mi on CR 3H. GPS: 39.2878, -103.4555
From Briggsdale, 13.5 east on Hwy 14, then 13 mi south on WCR 105 (MCR 4).
GPS: 40.4530, -104.0714
From Prospect Valley, go east 8 mi on Hwy 52, north 1 mi on CR 85, then east 0.3 mi on
CR 14. GPS: 40.0878, -104.2568
From Ovid/I-76 (exit 172), go south 7.1 mi on Ovid road (CR 29), turn east on CR 12 for
1 mi, north 0.1 mi on CR 31. GPS: 40.8238, -102.3633
From Haxtun, go south on Hwy 59 for 17 miles, east on CR 57 for 0.75 mi.
GPS: 40.3946, -102.6118
From Yuma, 3 mi east on Hwy 34, north 4.6 mi on CR J. GPS: 40.1850, -102.6612