This handy chart compares the barley varieties we have for sale on key attributes including: grain yield, forage yield, height, straw strength, malt acceptance etc.
Two-row feed barley with top grain yield, straw strength, high test weight and plumpness.
Two-row forage barley with smooth awns that make it a cow favorite when baled or used for swath grazing. A nice big kernel with a heavy bushel weight when harvested for grain. Excellent if rolling for feed purposes.
With smooth awn and excellent standability, new AAB Advantage Barley is an excellent choice for those customers looking for silage/green feed/grain option.
New malt/feed barley that has excellent grain yield and nice standability. This variety is rising in acceptance with Maltsters due to it's similar malt profile to AC Metcalfe and it's low susceptibility to Fusarium.
Malt or Feed - It's up to you! This dual purpose barley maximizes yields with the excellent straw strength needed to handle high fertility situations where lodging could be an issue. Large plump kernels gives this two row barley the bushel weight to make the grade.
Two-row malting barley with high yields and good straw strength
Two-row spring malting barley with high yields, good agronomic traits, moderate disease resistance and excellent malting quality.