About the Washington Grain Industry
The Washington Grain Commission (WGC) and the Washington Association of Wheat Growers (WAWG) work together to serve the small grain farmers of Washington. Wheat and barley are grown in 31 out of 39 counties in Washington according to the 2007 USDA Census. Wheat is the second highest valued agriculture commodity in the state. Washington's Whitman County produces more wheat than any other county in the United States and ranks number two nationally in barley production.
Find out more about each organization and what they do for the farmers of the state.