Excerpts from the report Foreword: This report describes briefly some of the important changes that have taken place on wheat farms in the United States since 1910. It discusses in some detail the historical trends in acreage, yield, production, and utilization of wheat, including exports. A short section is devoted to the world wheat situation, which relates directly to our own export problems. Future prospects for the utilization and production of wheat in the United States by 1960 and 1975 are appraised and the implications of these prospects are discussed. Some of the major problems that have faced wheat growers, together with government programs dealing with wheat since the 1920's, are discussed briefly.