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Dec 16

Producer Groups Provide Leadership in Wheat & Barley Breeding

Posted on Dec 16 By: Alberta Barley

(Saskatoon, SK) December 16, 2015 – Recognizing the important role producer funding of public breeding has played in delivering new wheat and barley varieties for increased farm profitability, Western Canada’s wheat and barley commissions/associations are working together to consider options for continued leadership and influence. Since producer investments in breeding began in 1995, over 200 new

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Dec 4

An Open letter to the Honourable R. Notley and Members of the Cabinet

Posted on Dec 4 By: Alberta Barley

December 4, 2015 Honourable Rachel Notley The Honourable Rachel Notley Premier of Alberta 307 Legislature Building 10800 – 97 Avenue Edmonton, Alberta  T5K 2B6 An Open letter to the Honourable R. Notley and Members of the Cabinet: The undersigned organizations representing the majority of Alberta’s agriculture sector would like to call upon the Government of

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Nov 27

Alley Kat Brewing Company chooses local

Posted on Nov 27 By: Victoria Paterson

According to senior brewer Chase Gordon, Alley Kat Brewing Company likes to buy local, “as much as possible.” “We’re a small Alberta company as well,” he said, so when Alley Kat brews a coffee porter, for example, they buy their beans from Transcend, another Edmonton-based company. That buy local habit extends to their barley and

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Nov 19

Village Brewery’s Connection to Alberta Barley

Posted on Nov 19 By: Karin Olafson

For Village Brewery, choosing local barley means choosing the best for a consistently high quality product. It should come as no surprise that Village Brewery chooses to use local barley. After all, using local is a big part of its business philosophy. Village Brewery was formed in 2011. The company has seven founders and they

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