Like many in our area, I have been actively researching the best prices for hard white wheat to complete my family’s storage supply before prices potentially increase.  This week the highest price in the area is $31.99 per 45 lb. bucket at Your Family Matters, and the lowest is $26 per bucket through Joseph’s Storehouse.  The Church Storehouse may receive more red wheat, but the hard white wheat will be unavailable until the fall harvest.  However, I have made a good contact and plan to purchase 360 buckets (each is approx. 45 lbs.) that should be available by the middle to the end of May.  If the prices hold (wheat prices per bushel have actually been coming down slowly), these buckets will be $25 each (this includes shipping and tax).  This wheat is triple cleaned and will be checked for moisture and nutrient content before packaging.  When I know that data, I will post it as well.  If you are interested in purchasing any of these buckets, please e-mail me and I will keep a list of names to inform when the wheat is available.

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5 Comments to “Cooperative Wheat Purchase”

  1. julie says:

    Im very interested in making a purchase. please let me know. thanks

  2. Brandon Slater says:

    I am interested please let me know when its ready.

  3. Katie says:

    Do you know how long these 45 lbs. of the hard white wheat last? I’ve been searching for this answer. I too am interested in buying some wheat. Thanks!

  4. Lisa Cushing says:

    I live in KS and have a man who is willing to sell us red wheat for a good deal. I’m trying to get out ward into wheat. My only concern is bugs in the wheat. He’s cleaning it today, and it should be pretty good, but if we put this wheat into a 5 gallon bucket and there are a few bugs, is there any way to kill these bugs. DO you think dry Ice will do anything? Thanks Lisa

  5. Cory Ihler says:

    Are you still looking for good deals on 45 lb buckets of wheat? We are new company and specialize in wheat storage. We are below $20 per bucket. Let me know if you or any of your friends are interested.
    Cory Ihler

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