Farmers “indirectly” receive a higher price for higher quality wheat

About 36 percent of U.S. wheat is hard red winter wheat, which can be milled and baked into bread. University of Nebraska ag economists are finding out whether farmers who produce this higher quality wheat receive a higher price.

Cory Walters spoke with RFD-TV’s own Suzanne Alexander on their findings and which characteristics get farmers paid more.

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