Hordeum vulgare L.
Barley, is a cereal plant belonging to the genus Hordeum of the grass family Poaceae (Gramineae). Barley has many uses including animal fodder and feed, as a base malt for beer and certain distilled beverages, and as a component of various health foods.
Two-row and six-row barley are traditionally used in the production of beers because of their lower protein content which results in greater fermentable sugar content. High protein barley is best suited for animal feed. Protein content of barley used for feed ranges from 10-15 percent.
Bulk loaded in 20 ft. and 40 ft. containers.
Grain can be loaded into 50 kg bags or 1 MT totes.
Pacific Northwest (PNW) — Harvested once per year. Yields range from 60-80 bushels/acre. Harvesting begins late July and continues through early September.
Mountain West — Harvested once per year. Yields range from 60-80 bushels/acre. Harvesting begins mid-July and continues through end of August.
Pacific Southwest (PSW) — Harvested once per year. Yields range from 70-90 bushels/acre. Harvesting begins mid-May and can last up to July.