With high yields comes a problem, where to put the mountains of wheat:
"All areas of wheat production has been good. So everyone is going to be pushed for the storage of the market. We have to store the crop before we get it to market," added Durrant. National Ag Stats says spring wheat production is forecast at 41.8 million bushels, up 7% because of a big increase in planted acres this year.
USDA predicts Idaho will have the nation's highest yields for both fall and spring wheat.