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More profitable wheat production, rather that greater total production in Nebraska, is the object of this Extension circular 129. the grower who has the largest acreage of wheat does not necessarily make the greatest profit. High yields per acre usually mean a lower cost and a great profit per bushel. Wheat of high quality brings additional profits. High yield and quality are usually the combines result of good seed, disease prevention, crop rotations, a well-prepared seed bed, the proper time of seeding, and reasonable care in harvesting, threshing and storing.