MSU Malting Barley Field Day Series
Date: June 20, 2018 - June 25, 2018
Contact: Sarah Lovett Hanks, email@example.com
Opportunities to engage with research at three localized events!
As the craft brewing industry is expanding in Michigan, so is the desire to source locally grown barley for malting. Join barley experts from Michigan State University and the malting and brewing industry for a discussion on the considerations and opportunities for barley production in Michigan. Each event will feature different research, speakers, and time for networking. Feel free to join us for one or all three events!
June 20, 8 a.m. - 1 p.m.
MSU W.K. Kellogg Biological Station Information and Demonstration Day
9702 N. 40th Street, Hickory Corners, MI
Over 50 spring and winter varieties will be viewable at the event, and the agenda will include speakers from the seed industry and highlight MSU malting barley researcher, Dr. Brook Wilke. A tour of malting barley management trials will also be offered. Free lunch will be served.
June 25, 5 - 7 p.m.
Thumb Area Malting Barley Field Day
804 Wetters Road, Kawkawlin, MI
Join us for the first-ever, malting barley field day in the Thumb region. Over thirty winter malting barley varieties will be on display, and the agenda will include local experts, including MSU Crop Educator, Martin Nagelkirk. Dinner will be sponsored by Schmidt Farms of Auburn.