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September Issue – See All

Putting Members First

As CAAR transitions our executive leadership, membership support and feedback are more important than ever.

Life-Saving Lessons

CASA’s grain entrapment demonstration unit is educating the industry and helping save lives across the country.

Advancing Women in Agriculture

The Advancing Women in Agriculture Conference offers an opportunity for women to build skills, network and learn from each other’s experiences.

Studying for Stewardship

The Communicator examines the process agri-retailers must complete to receive and maintain 4R Designation.

CAAR Alumnus Inducted into Ag Hall of Fame

Robynne Anderson, former publisher of The Communicator, is being inducted into the Canadian Agricultural Hall of Fame in 2017.

The Anatomy of a Terminal Build

Two new terminals from Federated Co-operatives Ltd. are leading the way in efficiency and design.

Reflecting on The agrē Solution

In the final part of our five-part series on The agrē Solution, Blair’s Family of Companies looks back on their experience with The agrē Solution.

The Cause and Effect of Cause Marketing

Two industry experts weigh in on their experiences with cause marketing and how it can benefit agri-retailers.

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The final weekly report from the 2016 Census of Agriculture was published on June 21st and looks at the marketing strategies used by producers and the growing uses of technology in operations across the country.

Forage experts in Manitoba and Saskatchewan are urging prairie growers to check their alfalfa fields for weevils as soon as possible.

Richardson International Limited announced on June 26 that the company has expanded its oat milling business through the acquisition of European Oat Millers.

Exhibitor registration is now open for the biggest agri-retail event of the year!

Health Canada will not issue a decision on whether to ban imidacloprid for at least six months, according to a horticultural industry representative.

Syngenta has announced that it will no longer be selling or promoting their canola hybrids.

Agriculture Minister Lawrence MacAulay announced a one-year commitment of up to $567,786 at Montague Consolidated School in Montague, PEI on June 9.