Doug is the North American Malt Barley Origination Lead for Cargill Ltd.- Prairie Malt located in Biggar, SK. He joined Cargill in 2017. Doug has over 25 years of experience in the malting industry. He started his career at Dominion Malting in Winnipeg where he eventually become the Maltster and Plant Manager. Doug also worked at the Canadian Wheat Board where he was the Malt Barley Program Manager, responsible for overseeing CWB initiatives in malt barley breeding, new variety development and agronomy. Doug was also responsible for export cargo quality and providing technical assistance to export customers of Canadian Malting Barley.
Doug obtained his Bachelor of Science (Chemistry) in 1984 and Bachelor of Science in Agriculture, majoring in plant physiology in 1986, both at the University of Manitoba. Doug also has a Master of Science, Cereal Chemistry from the University of Manitoba in 1994.
Best Practices for Growing Barley in Saskatchewan
We have all heard the saying No Barley = No Beer. It all starts with growing quality barley. Cargill’s in-house barley agronomist will share insights on best management practices for producing your best malt barley crop under Saskatchewan growing conditions.
Wednesday @ 9:00 in Gallery A