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Wheat Trivia I

  One bushel of wheat contains approximately 1 million individual kernels.
  A modern combine can harvest 1,000 bushels of wheat per hour. 
  One bushel of wheat yields enough flour for 73 one-pound loaves of white bread. 
  In an average year, Kansas wheat farmers produced enough wheat to make over 36 billion loaves of bread, or enough to provide each person on earth with 6 loaves of bread. 
  Wheat is grown in 42 states in the United States. 
  Wheat is not native to the United States and was not even grown by the colonists. Wheat was first planted in the United States in 1777 as a hobby crop. 
  The wheat kernel, sometimes called the wheat berry, is the seed from which the wheat plant grows. 
  More foods are made with wheat than any other cereal grain. 
  2/3 of the wheat produced in Kansas is exported. 
  Their is approximately 5 cents worth of wheat in each loaf of bread sold.