9 Places Named After Ag Commodities



The Village of Barley is in North Hertfordshire, England.

The community didn’t get its name from the crop, but from Beora’s Ley, a “woodland clearing owned by a Saxon Lord called Beora.”

Notable Barley residents include Redcliffe Salaman, a botanist and potato breeder, and Sam Smith, a British singer, worked in the local shop before the height of his fame.

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