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    Canada’s Barley Industry Welcomes the Signing of the Trans-Pacific Partnership

    The Barley Council of Canada (BCC) welcomes the signing of the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) and urges all signatories to ratify the deal at the earliest opportunity.
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    Focus Areas

    The Barley Council of Canada, also known as BCC, is recognized as the national voice for barley and is evenly comprised of seven producer organizations and seven industry representatives at the table. We focus on five key areas for the barley industry. Read more
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    The Barley Council of Canada (BCC) is recognized as the national voice for barley. We are proud to move forward with initiatives that benefit the entire value chain. Read more

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Posted on February 5, 2016
(Calgary, AB) February 5, 2016 – The Barley Council of Canada (BCC) welcomes the signing of the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP)…
Posted on November 5, 2015
CALGARY, AB (November 5, 2015) – The Barley Council of Canada (BCC) congratulates Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his new…
Posted on October 5, 2015
Calgary, AB — Canadian International Trade Minister Ed Fast has announced an agreement that officially solidifies a Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP)…

Barley Farmers Get What They Pray For

Canadian farmers have learned to expect the unexpected, so their relief at the lack of shocking news on the price front this harvest should come as no surprise. “Malt and feed prices have stayed very stable,” said Dave… Read More

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Barley Field Update: Malt Barley Prices

Our climate was both a help and a hindrance to the malt barley market this year. “The 2013 crop was very good, but ’14 and ’15 have been a struggle,” said Bob Sutton, vice-president with Rahr Malting out… Read More

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Feed Barley Prices Fed By Fear

Panic impacted the marketplace this season, as evidenced by the latest feed barley figures. ”Drought fears raised prices this summer,” said Jay Burrows, general manager of commodity trading with Western Feedlots in southern Alberta. “That was largely based… Read More

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