At the mill, wheat is transformed from a farmer’s crop to a baker’s ingredient. The closer these two ends of the bread line work, the better the wheat, the flour, and the bread. And while Henry Miller wrote that “When the bread is bad, the whole life is bad,” the converse of that is also true, that when bread is good, life’s pretty good, too. At Heartland we strive to close the distance between High Plains wheat farmers and craft bakers everywhere, and to contribute in our small way to better life and better bread for farmers, bakers, and everyday bread eaters.

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