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2021 seeding considerations for barley growers

Canada’s barley breeders have developed a promising suite of new malting barley varieties such as CDC Bow, AAC Connect and CDC Fraser each with excellent agronomics and disease resistance. These new varieties are poised…

SaskBarley Board elects new Chair, Vice-Chair

The Saskatchewan Barley Development Commission (SaskBarley) announced today that it made changes to its executive in preparation for three of six Directors completing two consecutive terms in January 2022. Matt…

Virtual Grade School 2021

Grain farmers: Learn about degrading factors in wheat and barley along with other important information at Virtual Grade School 2021! Tuesday, January 19, 2021 12 p.m. to 1 p.m. Joey…

SaskBarley AGM 2021

The difficult decision has been made to cancel the 2021 CropSphere Conference due to the uncertainties regarding COVID-19. The health of our attendees, sponsors, and speakers is our top priority…

Malt Academy Saskatchewan 2020 – Virtual

Friday, November 13, 2020 Virtual event (via Zoom) SaskBarley and the Canadian Malting Barley Technical Centre have teamed up to bring you another Saskatchewan-focused Malt Academy this fall! This half-day,…

 

 

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Canola Growers 1 week ago

Interested in 'digging' a little deeper into soil management? Join us on March 4 for our Soil Management - Top Notch Farming Webinar. zoom.us/webinar/regist… Retweeted by Sask Barley

Sask Barley 1 week ago

3/3 Our Board is in the process of reiterating our position on this to the committee involved. We also encourage you to provide your feedback directly, by visiting: responsiblegrain.ca/contact/

Sask Barley 1 week ago

2/3 Our farmer Directors guide our response to issues like these and we always appreciate hearing from producers.