Photo by Carrie Shippy, Woodbine, Kansas.

The wheat protein market has proven itself to be a sector that keeps growing in demand and wheat growers with grain that meets the requirements can cash in on much-needed premiums for their crops.

Evan Backhus, commodity manager for Purefield Ingredients located Russell, Kansas, spoke recently about the value of wheat protein at High Plains Journal’s Wheat U/Sorghum U event.

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Evan Backhus, commodity manager at Purefield Ingredients, spoke about the wheat protein market at the recent Sorghum U/Wheat U Event in Wichita, Kansas. (Journal photo by Lacey Vilhauer.)

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