I am guessing a perennial-from my experience in the field it will grow like crazy in the spring and than it gets a big seed head like typical wheat-when that happens you can use a 4 wheeler and a old metal bed spring to nock off the seeds and they should grow for you if God gives you some rain.
Not sure why its called winter wheat-I went to the seed mill and asked for some and they gave some bags of wheat...I could only assume it was winter wheat. Ask around thou on the forum and see if other guys have had late season success with winter wheat. I can say I never have had any late season success once we get more than 2 or 3 inches of snow. Its killer for me like in July thru early Sept and then its kinda hit and miss after that with all the other food (beans, acorns, etc.)
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