Wheat

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Wheat (Triticum spp) is a grass that is cultivated around the world. Globally, it is the second-largest cereal crop, tied with maize; the third being rice. Wheat grain is a staple food used to make flour, livestock feed, and as an ingredient in the brewing of beer. Wheat is also planted strictly as a forage crop for livestock and for production of hay. See also Category:Wheat

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