Wheat is a cereal grain crop that can be ground into flour. For many years, Saskatchewan was known as the ‘Breadbasket of the World’ because of so much wheat was grown and sold all over the world. Today, customers around the world still count on Canadian wheat for its superior quality.
Wheat can be ground into flour.
Canadian farmers grow mainly Canada Western Red Spring Wheat and Durum Wheat. There are several different varieties of wheat that are grown for specific uses.
Barley, oats, wheat, and canary seed are all cereal crops that are grown in Saskatchewan.