Wheat SWOT Analysis

Wheat SWOT Analysis

Strengths

Healthy In Many Ways Whole wheat flour is significantly more nutritious because nearly all the vitamins, minerals,...
High Demand The popularity of foods made from wheat flour creates a large demand for the grain, even in...
Grows Well Grows well in a temperate climate even with a moderately short growing season, and yields a...

Weaknesses

Cost Of Harvesting The increase of cost to farm is rising increasing the price of the commodity.

Opportunities

Wheat Rust Wheat is the most widely planted crop in the world, providing a fifth of mankind's calories. So the...
World's Population Increasing At the moment, the world's population is 6.7 billion and 750m people are born each year. Though the...
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Increased Consumption More grain is being needed to produce to meet demand of the world, especially in two of the larger...
Lower Cost Encourage More Buying The fall in the dollar and in freight rates has also kept the local currency cost of importing a...
Widespread Of Hunger The increase of poverty will cause more cheaper foods to be produce for the poor to feed, the...
Orangic Farming Organic farming is rising in popularity among consumers who are willing to pay a little extra money...
Livestock Rapid Growth Studies show that seventy percent of grain is used to feed livestock. The more livestock a farmer...
Bio Fuel Use Use of wheat in bio fuels will increase the long term demand for wheat. Any increase in demand will...

Threats

Global Warming Threat Global warming holds a threat to crop production making agriculture unsuitable in some parts of the...
Head Scab Major Concern Scab is caused by the Fusarium genus of fungi. This disease grows rapidly during wet periods in the...

Wheat SWOT Analysis Profile

Additional Information

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SWOT Conclusion

Strengths + Opportunities = 14

Threats + Weaknesses = 6

… A history of overcoming weaknesses makes it difficult for other firms to exploit their difficulties. The ability to capitalize on opportunities get rewarded with higher profits and lower costs. A good defense against threats lowers the risks that profits will decrease.

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