Apr 23, 2020 | Market Reports
What a strange and memorable year 2020 is shaping up to be. Since the turn of the year we have seen a new threat to our modern lifestyles, in Covid -19. The spread and effect of this new virus has been alarming and unprecedented with many commentators looking to...
The last 2 weeks of March and the 1st week of April have seen a change in the seasonal calendar with warmer drier weather allowing hard pressed farmers to focus on planting spring crops and feeding winter crops. It is amazing at this time of year how a sickly looking...
The last month markets have been in turmoil as the Corona Virus or Covid 19 has burst onto the scene. The rapid spread and governments inability to control the virus has unsettled financial markets. Initially we saw the “hot money “ flee stocks and shares, this was...
Scotgrain’s General Manager Owen Southwood has just returned from a trip to Calagary, Alberta where he was visiting Canada Malting, a sister company of Scotgrain Agriculture as part of the United Malt family. The trip allowed Owen to share some of the experiences of...
The 2019 Scotgrain Golf Tournament took place at Brechin Golf Club, with about 20 farmers taking to the fairways along with some of the Scotgrain team. Findlay Russell of Drummietermont Farm took the winners prize on the day, with Graeme Carnegie and Ross Hume coming...
KWS Sassy going from strength to strength.A big cheers for Sassy!🥃🥃
"Malt 2.0 is the first new malt to be produced from the Sassy barley variety, a new variety that has shown great promise as a preferred barley variety for future harvests."
Read more here: www.craftbrewingbusiness.com/news/the-uks-bairds-malt-releases-malt-2-0-produced-from-the-new-sas...
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The rain didn’t stop play at our Angus trial plots yesterday. Great backdrop of our Arbroath maltings, illustrating our strong local Scottish supply chain. Looking forward to the Black Isle next week #scotgrain #growinginscotland #trials
Scotgrain spring barley trials in Edinburgh today. Featuring our Agronomy Manager Neil Millar talking to local growers about the next generation of varieties under a brief spell of sunshine ☀️ #scotgrain #growinginscotland #trials
Never mind the Olympics, its Scotgrain spring barley trials this week and next! Like Tokyo we are limited on spectators so DM us or get in touch with your local Scotgrain to arrange a viewing #scotgrain #growinginscotland #trials
The dry weather in England recently has given growers the chance to begin harvesting their winter barley.
This is Richard of P H Maddever Farms, Cavendish, Sudbury combining his Electrum barley, a variety approved for use in brewing.
#brewwithbairds #harvest21 #Harvest2021
Only 2 days until The Virtual Insights Tour hosted by @RMIAnalytics.
Along with the help of our customers, we'll be talking about crop 2021 prospects and how UK grown barley helps to support both domestic and European brewers & distillers #whisky #beer
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5 Reasons why you should attend the Webinar: 1. From Scotland to the South of England, and everywhere in betwee...
East Lothian on point this evening 🌾🌅 Scotgrain buy grains from the Highlands down to the Borders, sourcing barley for our local Scottish malting intakes #scotgrain #growinginscotland #sustainableagriculture
We work alongside our in-house barley merchants to ensure full traceability of the malt we produce.
As #Harvest2021 for Spring barley approaches, maltsters are middlemen in the best sense of the word as we transform barley to malt for our customers #drilltostill
A pleasure to be showing Japanese distilling customers around our Angus Spring Barley yesterday @bairdsmalt #scotgrain #growinginscotland
Seriously Scottish weather in the past 24hrs. Contact your local Scotgrain rep for the best suited varieties in your area #scotgrain #growinginscotland #rainmakesgrain