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In Canada, more than 50 per cent of the barley seeded is grown for malt.

Can the beef value of beer barley be rated with just one test?

Barley that fails to meet malt grade makes it the most common grain fed to feedlot cattle

Reading Time: 4 minutes After wheat and canola, barley is the most prominent crop in Western Canada. From 2005 to 2014, an average of 7.9 million acres was seeded resulting in an average annual production of 9.2 million metric tonnes. Barley grain has two primary end uses: as malt for beer or as livestock feed. On average, the value […] Read more