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MALTING BARLEY

SOURCE CANADIAN

THE BEST BEER NEEDS THE BEST BARLEY

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PGP MEMBER OFFERINGS

Offerings listed here are readily available for export from our core producer network, but any crop-type / volume can also be procured 

Total Prairie Harvest Volume Estimates (Malting Barley): 10 million MT

(Prices are based on latest shipping quotes, and are subject to change)

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20,000 T
MALTING BARLEY

APPROXIMATE LANDED COST TO ASIA PACIFIC:
$545 USD  PER METRIC-TON

Lab report based on actual bin-samples, pre cleaning and grading

FOR ALL INQUIRIES, CONTACT SUPPORT@PRAIRIEGRAINPROTAL.COM

WHY SOURCE CANADIAN?

Beer

Quality Beer

 

Starts With 

Quality Barley

FEATURED MALTING BARLEY VARIETIES

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(represents 35% of barley seeded)

CDC Copeland

CDC Copeland

Traditionally predominant malting barley grown in western Canada

Excellent Brewing Characteristics

Lower protein and enzyme levels than AC Metcalfe

Provides excellent balance among malting barley varieties

Barley Grains

VIRTUES OF CANADIAN MALTING BARLEY

Pure lot

95% or higher germination

No pre-harvest germination

Maximum moisture content of 13.5%

Plump kernels with uniform size

Free from disease

Free of DON mycotoxin

Free from frost damage

Not weathered or deeply stained

Less than 5% peeled and broken kernels

Free from heat damage

Free of insects, admixtures, ergot, treated

seeds, smut, and odour,

and fully mature

Free of chemical residue

Checking the Crops

ENSURING QUALITY LIKE NO OTHER COUNTRY

CGC -- Canadian Grain Commission

BCC -- Barley Council of

Canada

BMBRI -- Brewing and Malting Barley Research Institute

CMBTC -- Canadian Malting Barley Technical Center

Manitoba Crop Alliance

SBDC -- Saskatchewan Barley Development Commission

Western Barley Growers Association

FEATURED REGION FOR MALTING BARLEY:
SASKATCHEWAN'S PARKLANDS

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Regional Notes

The Parklands region extends in a broad arc from southwestern Manitoba, northwestward through Saskatchewan to its norther apex in central Alberta

The climate is marked by short, warm summers and long, cold winters with continuous snow cover

Because of its favorable climate and fertile, warm black soils, this region represents some of the most productive agricultural land in the Prairies

It produces a wide range of crops, including spring wheat, cereals, oilseeds, forages, and several specialty crops

Canadian
Malting Barley Profile

Export Prospects For Canadian Malting Barley

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View Full 2022 Canadian Grain Commission Report (Malting Barley)

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View PGP Malting Barley Export Prospects
Report

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