HRS Wheat

AAC Brandon (NEW)

AAC Brandon is especially attractive to wheat producers in our high yielding area of the Prairie. It is a short, strong strawed variety with good FHB resistance. It can be compared to AC Carberry as far as lodging, tolerance and disease resistance with +5% yield, 0.5 days earlier maturity and is 1 cm. shorter.

CDC Go

The tried and true public variety from the crop development center. This bearded variety has been and will continue to be the cornerstone for our Hard Red Spring Wheat production for the foreseeable future. Outstanding yield and easy to thresh are what makes this variety so popular in our area. Over 80% of the wheat grown in our area is CDC Go because it’s hard to find a more consistent performer.

Stettler

A new high yielding bearded wheat from Secan that is excellent for straight cutting.  A medium maturing variety with strong straw,resistant to stem rust, common bunt and loose smut. Stettler has one of the highest protein ratings in the latest “seed.ab.ca  Alberta seed guide”, our experience proved this to be true. Stettler had a .3 percent protein advantage over the check variety.  The seed guide average TSW is 37 grams. Our 2012 composite sample had TSW on Stettler of 42 grams.

CPSR Wheat

AAC Ryley

AAC Ryley is the newest member to our wheat lineup. This is a Secan variety that has great yield potential. On our farm in the fall of 2013 this had a yield of 115 bushels per acre when corrected for bushel weight. Ryley out yielded every other wheat variety, including most of the barley varieties on our farm last fall. This is the easiest wheat variety that I have ever thrashed. If you want to grow wheat that yields like barley, then this is the wheat for you. AAC RYLEY is medium height with reasonably strong straw. With the great yield in 2013, the only problem with lodging  was where we doubled up with fertilizer, and even that wasn't as bad as many of the other fields last fall. If you want a high yielding, medium maturing CPS Wheat try AAC RYLEY

AAC Penhold (New)

AAC Penhold is the variety of choice for areas concerned with lodging and straw management. This very short, strong strawed CPS has improved protein content, good disease resistance and high yield potential.

CWAD

Strongfield

This amber durum is a conventional height and well adapted to the Western Canadian growing area. AC Strongfield has high yield protein similar to AC Avonlea and improvements in gluten strength. One day earlier maturity than AC Avonlea, Kyle and AC Navigator but similar to AC Morse with higher pigment concentration than Kyle and AC More makes Strongfield a desirable variety in the US and European markets.