The International Millet Symposium is coming to Fort Collins August 8th-12th. You have until July 30th to get registered for this amazing event that has come to our country and better yet, our neck of the woods. It is also not to late to help sponsor the symposium. If you are interested in attending or sponsoring I encourage you to go here to learn more or you can copy and paste https://go.unl.edu/millet2018 into your address bar.
As I mentioned earlier, wheat harvest is over and now we watch and pray our fall crops through until harvest. That doesn't mean the hard work is over, that is a long way from the truth. Our days are long and our nights are short making sure our crops have the best conditions we can provide and the equipment is ready to go or keep going depending on its job.
Due to the high cost of getting to and being at markets we had to drop our Bennett market and the Pikes Peak Farmers Market. It was not a decision that was made easily. We will miss seeing all of you, but we hope that we can still see you in Canon City or that you will take advantage of ordering from the website. We will also continue to come to holiday shows and events in the area so keep an eye on our calendar and right here on the blog for those announcements.
There are so many more recipes out there for millet than what I create and post here. I have created a Pinterest board for CJ Milling where I pin recipes and other information from around the web. I encourage you to follow the board to find more delicious ways to use your millet!