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Annual Barley Day slated for January.

Annual Barley Day slated for January

The American Malting Barley Association (AMBA) and the National Barley Growers Association (NBGA) have announced plans for the 1992 Red River Barley Day. The annual barley industry event is scheduled to be held January 9 at the Ramada Inn in Grand Forks, ND.

Highlights of the program will include reports on barley varieties, stem rust, the malting process, barley exports, barley's use in food, and activities of the National Barley Growers Association and the American Malting Barley Association.

The Barley Day will also include a luncheon sponsored by the AMBA and will feature Keith Bjerke, administrator of the USDA Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service who will address farm program issues as they affect barley.

According to the AMBA, anyone interested in the barley industry is welcome to attend the seminars and luncheon. There are no registration or meal fees.
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Title Annotation:yearly barley industry event in Grand Forks, North Dakota
Publication:Modern Brewery Age
Date:Dec 16, 1991
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