After building strong roots in its first year and a half in existence, the Barley Council of Canada is looking forward to pushing on to bigger things in 2015.
Barley research is expected to leap forward in the coming years thanks to a national barley research cluster project which has been given the go-ahead by Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada.
Barley producers expected to win big from South Korea Free Trade Agreement.
Taking Barley to where it has never been before. Agriculture Canada is giving the Alberta Barley Commission an $8 million Agri-Innovation Program grant to fund its Barley Research Cluster forwarding research on feed, malt and food grades of barley. You can hear the excitement in Alberta Barley Commission Chairman Matt Sawyer’s voice when he talks […]