It’s that time of year again – when CAAR delivers a magazine chock full of insights and research, as well as two valuable planning and networking tools, right into your mailbox.

Look out for The Communicator, along with your 2016 CAAR Calendar, in the mail this week. Also on its way is the 2016 CAAR Roster – a comprehensive and easy-to-navigate directory of agri-retailers and suppliers across Canada.

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