Analysis of Means (ANOM) is a powerful tool for comparing means, variances, proportions and other location and scale measures. This procedure can also be used efficiently as a multiple comparison test especially when there are a large number of groups. A simulation study has been carried out to investigate the performance of ANOM as a multiple comparison approach. Total accuracy value was found at least 60.00% regardless of experimental conditions. ANOM and Tukey procedures have also been compared on a real data set where there are 80 different wheat varieties. It is concluded that the ANOM has a great advantage over Tukey test in terms of determining superior and worse varieties especially when there are more than 10 treatment groups.