ESSENTIAL NEWS FOR AGRI-RETAILERS
The CAAR Communicator
An examination of the fertilizer market provided by Josh Linville of StoneX Financial looking at the global markets, political intrigue, weather, and, yes, Covid.
A frank discussion by the Honourable Mike Lake MP on mental wellness issues that need to be discussed and not ignored.
From the April issue of CAAR Communicator: Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada chose to release a discussion document: Reducing emissions arising from the application of fertilizer in Canada’s agriculture sector, on end of day March 4, 2022. The discussion document progresses the next steps of the December 2020, Government of Canada Strengthened Climate Plan, “A Healthy Environment and a Healthy Economy.”
LeftField Commodity Research founder provides an overview of the 2022 Canadian crop market as a thank-you to joining CAAR as a Perk$ Partner.
The good, the bad and the ugly—how COVID-19 has affected the way we run our businesses.
Science and evidence-based data, timeliness, transparency, and clarity of language key factors.
Agronomists and agri-retailers who attended the Crop Management Forum on November 17 left with new insights into efficient nutrient practices. For many attendees, the CAAR-hosted event also delivered a better understanding of an evolving industry.
Ceres Global Ag. Corp, a grain storage and commodity logistics corporation, has entered an agreement with Koch Fertilizer Canada for the handling of dry fertilizer products at a new storage facility in Northgate, Sask.
Farm at Hand, provider of farm data management solutions, is merging with FarmLink, a leader in grain marketing in western Canada.
In an unprecedented move, Prime Minster Justin Trudeau has made public the mandate letters to his newly-appointed cabinet ministers.