Max, Greyson and Trent Peck make up three generations of P2 Farms near Hunter, Oklahoma. Trent reached a personal goal when he raised 107.7-bushel wheat recently. (Photo courtesy of Lacy Shultz Photography.)

Everyone has a measurable goal, whether it is a basketball player dreaming of scoring 50 points in a game or training a racehorse to outpace Secretariat’s record-shattering 2 minutes, 24 seconds run from the 1973 Belmont Stakes. For Trent Peck, co-owner at P2 Farms near Hunter, Oklahoma, his dream was to raise 100-bushel wheat and he can now mark that off his bucket list. This year his wheat averaged 107.7 bushels per acre.

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