Unfortunately I also noticed a whole bunch of these guys:
Apparently, they like to eat nice, tender sprouts. A LOT. I do have to say that they are kind of the big, dumb, slow specimens of the insect world. I made a trip to my local Intermountain Farmer's store and found a pesticide that's safe to use on edible plants. I felt sort of defeated, though, having to resort to a pesticide. Maybe I could have stood out there all day and hacked them to death every time they came near my wheat sprouts. But who would watch the baby? Plus, that got old after killing the first one. The dumbest part was that I literally felt guilty. And then I asked myself how I possibly think I could kill a chicken when hacking a grasshopper had my gut clenched with guilt! Yeah, good luck with that one, crazy.
Anyway, my wheat sprouted! It's ALIVE!