The Making the Grade workshops will be held at Lakeland College in Vermilion on July 26. Experts will show producers how to grade barley, wheat, canola, and pulses in hands-on sessions.
“Understanding grain grading and factors affecting quality is important for all crop producers as it affects their bottom line,” said Terry Young, a producer and member of the Western Grain Standards Committee’s wheat subcommittee. The event — put on by the provincial wheat, barley, canola, and pulses commissions — cost $75 until July 14 and $100 after.
To register, go to one of the commission’s websites or to making-the-grade-2016.eventbrite.ca.