ESSENTIAL NEWS FOR AGRI-RETAILERS
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A primer on navigating the complex terrain of agriculture commodity markets. Learn how to balance leadership and personal relationships while navigating management in various situations.
Learn how to balance leadership and personal relationships while navigating management in various situations.
Company uses bees to apply, on demand, fungicide to plants.
Canadian predictions for corn, soybeans, and wheat and the dickens of a time it may have as it plays out against the complex machinations of a global background.
In the August 2023 CAAR Communicator, I rambled at length on the dock worker strike disrupting British Columbia ports and essentially shutting down a significant volume of Canadian exports to Asia.
A comparison of Canadian versus European approaches. Canadian agriculture has embraced innovative technologies and products, something that has been achieved through an efficient regulatory framework and widespread adoption.
CN and CPKC railroads detail their plans to provide Canada’s agricultural communities with the best possible service. But a port strike and continued episodes of wet weather can derail those plans.
P.E.I.’s longest-serving MP, Lawrence MacAulay, has been appointed to Justin Trudeau’s cabinet as the new Minister of Agriculture and Agri-food.
The CAAR Conference is an invaluable marketing, sales, and networking opportunity that only comes around once a year. Luckily, sponsorship positions are still available for this highly anticipated event that brings together agri-retail professionals from across the country.
The CAAR Conference is now open for registration to attendees across the country. This event – tailored by CAAR to help agri-retailers unlock their potential for success – will take place in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan from February 16-18, 2015.