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Application Period Open for Craig Goodwin Excellence in Agriculture Legacy Scholarship

 In honor of Craig’s Legacy of integrity, work ethic and eternal optimism even in the face of hardship, Thresher Artisan Wheat is awarding a $500 Scholarship to help the youth in the state of Idaho pursue their agricultural career goals and education. QUALIFICATIONS Must be at least a college level sophomore or higher in college […]

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Agspring Expands Thresher Management Team with Max Mobely as Operations Lead

Leawood, KS — August 9, 2019 — Agspring has expanded the local management team of subsidiary Thresher Artisan Wheat with the addition of Max Mobely as Director of Regional Operations.  Mobely is responsible for all Thresher operations in Eastern Idaho where the company sources, stores, handles, cleans and merchandises some of the highest milling and […]

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2019 Seed Days Recap

January 29, 2019 – Thresher held the annual Seed Days symposium for more than 230 producers, agribusiness professionals and crop advisers in Eastern Idaho.  After vendor introductions across the exhibit area, the morning session began with an organizational update from Agspring CEO Mark Beemer and an introduction from new General Manager Brian Aust. 2019 Seed […]

2018 Field Days Events Highlight Producer Appreciation

On July 10-12, Thresher held its annual Field Days events. Each year, Thresher invites growers and key partners to attend one of our Field Days events held across the region in which they receive updates on current market trends, harvest logistics and current crop production developments. These events also provide the opportunity for us to […]

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2018 Seed Days Recap

On February 1, Thresher hosted its annual planting preparation event, Seed Days, at the Shilo Inn in Idaho Falls. The goal of every Thresher event is to create an environment where growers can collaborate with the relevant resources, news, and industry professionals to make them more successful, and this event was no exception. Bradford Warner, […]

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Linda Morris Announced as Winner of Friends of Idaho Grain Producers Award

The Idaho Grain Producers Association, located in Boise, Idaho, is dedicated to serving Idaho’s wheat and barley growers by providing them with relevant information and representing their interests on farm policy issues at the state and national level. Every year the IGPA selects an individual, industry associate, elected official, member of the media, or other […]

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The Harvest & the Eclipse: In Review

An Update from VP of Operations Heath Harrison In 2017, the Thresher Artisan Wheat harvest season was extended due to weather that had caused delays in spring planting. Despite the delays, our merchandising and field staff continued to work diligently to sample producer’s fields, check moisture levels and check proteins that allowed for Thresher to […]

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Upgraded Seed Treatment Facility to Begin With Syngenta Partnership

Beginning in November, the seed treatment facilities at Thresher’s Blackfoot and Idaho Falls plants will be obtaining an upgrade. The construction process is estimated to take two weeks, followed by one full day of training at each location by equipment representatives. Once completed, Thresher will have two state-of-the-art seed treatment lines with industry leading-quality, accuracy, […]

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Market Update Brought to You by the VP of Merchandising, Mark Hanson

In combination with the poor demand for high-protein wheat and the ongoing trend of bearish USDA reports, the wheat markets continue to struggle to gain any upward momentum. With a higher than expected stock report at the end of September, the USDA increased the carry-in stocks by 3 million bushels. The USDA also added to […]

Market Update by Mark Hanson, VP Merchandising

Market Update August 2, 2017 The market will decipher corn, beans and wheat production as July has come to a close and we continue into August. Analysts are becoming less enthused about the yield prospects for corn after much of the western belt experienced limited rain and warmer temperatures during the key pollination period. Ahead […]




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