ESSENTIAL NEWS FOR AGRI-RETAILERS
Industry co-operation has set a high bar for anhydrous ammonia stewardship.
“Business Intelligence” is one of the key strategic pillars that CAAR recognized as vital for its membership. CAAR is embarking on its first major undertaking toward developing this pillar by helping to facilitate the 2019 Canadian Precision Agriculture Dealership Survey, developed in partnership between the University of Guelph and Purdue University with input from CAAR.
CAAR joins an industry-driven organization working to improve eConnectivity in ag.
The Communicator profiles two newly established ag retail sites in Saskatchewan and Manitoba.
4R Certification is making waves by helping ag retailers demonstrate Great Lakes Stewardship.
Three Manitoba farmers share challenges and opportunities for their farms and how they want to work with their ag retailers.
Canadian agriculture has seen tremendous evolution and change since CAAR was formed and the first CAAR Conference was hosted in 1995. CAAR members have been there every step of the way throughout all of this change; helping their grower customers to understand and apply innovations.
Celebrating the role that retailers play in the ever-changing, increasingly sophisticated world of ag, the theme of CAAR’s upcoming 25th anniversary conference is “Embracing Innovation.”
CAAR members can help develop credible metrics on the state of development and adoption of precision agriculture techniques among Western Canadian Ag Retailers by taking 15 minutes to fill out the "2019 Precision Agriculture Dealership Survey," currently being developed in partnership between The University of Guelph and Purdue University. Read more for the purpose behind the survey, how to take the survey and how CAAR participated in its creation.
CAAR members are encouraged to submit comments to the Canada Grains Council on the Market Acceptance of Pesticide Use Policy. The Canada Grains Councils is consulting stakeholders until August 31, 2019 on a new framework to manage trade compliance risk related to pesticide use. Read more for details on how to view the consultation materials and submit comments.
Ag in Motion kicks off today, it is the largest agricultural trade show in Western Canada, providing a venue for progressive farmers who want to see and experience the latest agricultural innovations. This year, visitors to the Ag in Motion site might notice some new environmental stewardship initiatives “AIM”ed at fighting the spread of clubroot and reducing waste.
Thursday, July 11, 3 p.m. CDT.
Keep it Clean! recognizes that agronomists and ag retailers are trusted advisors for their farmer customers, and therefore play a crucial role in communicating important information on all aspects of crop production.
That’s why the partners behind Keep it Clean! invite all Canadian ag retail managers, ag retail agronomists, independent agronomists and Certified Crop Advisers to attend an interactive webinar on Thursday, July 11, 2019 at 3 p.m. CDT.