Public Notice: Idaho Wheat Commission Meetings

Public Notice: Idaho Wheat Commission Meetings BOISE – On Wednesday, October 30 and Thursday, October 31, the Idaho Wheat Commission will conduct meetings at the commission offices. Who: Chairman Ned Moon Vice Chairman Joe Anderson Commissioner Clark Hamilton Commissioner Bill Flory Commissioner Cory Kress Executive Director Blaine Jacobson Wheat industry experts What: Quarterly Idaho Wheat…

Idaho Wheat in the News: Taiwan wheat millers visit Northwest

https://www.capitalpress.com/ag_sectors/grains/taiwan-wheat-millers-visit-northwest/article_2c9bff58-d650-11e9-b421-c3160152cbac.html Taiwan wheat millers visit Northwest By BRAD CARLSON Capital Press September 13, 2019 Taiwan Flour Mills Association representatives are touring the Pacific Northwest and Washington, D.C., during a visit that will culminate in a new two-year agreement to buy U.S. wheat. One of the stops they made was in the Lewiston, Idaho, area on…

Idaho Wheat in the News: Wheat industry waits for details on Japan deal

https://www.capitalpress.com/ag_sectors/grains/wheat-industry-waits-for-details-on-japan-deal/article_4481b33a-c820-11e9-b54e-5f38db98951e.html Wheat industry waits for details on Japan deal By MATTHEW WEAVER Capital Press Aug 26, 2019 Wheat farmers are cautious but optimistic in the wake of the announcement that the U.S. and Japan have agreed in principle to a new trade deal. “Great news,” said Glen Squires, CEO of the Washington Grain Commission. “We…

Britany Hurst Joins the Idaho Wheat Commission

Britany Hurst joined the Idaho Wheat Commission on December 1, 2017 as the Communications and Grower Education Manager.  Britany grew up amid wheat and potato fields in the Mini-Cassia area of south-central Idaho.  She relocated to Boise after high school to attend Boise State University, where she earned a bachelor’s degree in History and Political…

Tereasa Waterman Retires from IWC

The Idaho Wheat Commission would like to thank Tereasa Waterman for more than 18 years of tireless dedication to Idaho’s wheat community. Tereasa and her husband welcomed baby number two into the family in December, and we are thrilled for this new chapter in their lives.