It depends greatly on location, type of wheat, and different farming practices.
yields in certain areas are over 100 bushels per acre.
The highest non irrigated or dry land wheat yields in the nation are in the palouse
region of Eastern Washington and Northern Idaho. Winter wheat yields in Whitman county Washington averages 83 bushels an acre and Latah county Idaho averages 82 bushels an acre. Yields of up to 150 bushels an acre have occurred there.
The USA came 45th in yield for the 2010/2011 crop, with an average of 46.4 bu.
The Netherlands came first, at 132.5 bushels per acre (almost 3 times the USA yield.)
The average yield of wheat in Pakistan is 960kg per acre.
Tennessee's average wheat yield for the period 2006 through 2011 was 56.8 bushels per acre.
About 65 bushels per acre.
60 bushels per acre.
The US nationwide wheat average yield currently runs from 38 to 45 bushels per acre depending on the year.
The average yield per acre of wheat in Afghanistan, is 1600 k to 1800 gs, in irrigated crops, this is my personal experience, This yield is given in Ghazni province. If any one you have better information about the average yield per acre of wheat then kindly share that with me, I will be thankful to you.
The current five-year average for Nebraska wheat yields is 44 bushels per acre.
The average yield of wheat per acre over the past 10 years in Canada has been around 42 bushels per acre. Record yields were expected in 2013, with the average per acre approaching 48 bushels.
Average of the last seven years is 51.3 bushels per acre.
According to DEFRA, the average yield in 2007 was about 7.2 tonnes per hectare (2.9 tonnes per acre). In 2006 it was 8.0 tonnes per hectare (3.2 tonnes per acre).