The South Dakota Wheat Commission was established pursuant to the enabling legislation known as the South Dakota Wheat Resources Act passed in 1961. The Act declared it to be the public policy of the state of South Dakota to protect and foster the health, prosperity and general welfare of its people by protecting and stabilizing the wheat industry and the economy of the areas producing wheat.
The South Dakota Wheat Commission mission statement is to stabilize and improve South Dakota’s wheat industry through research, market development and education.
South Dakota Wheat Commission
116 North Euclid
Pierre, SD 57501
web site: sdwheat.org