The October issue of CAAR Communicator should have arrived on your desk by now. The feature article looks at the art and science of moving Canada's grains to international customers -- including a look at the distractions, reactions, red tape, and weather.
Read the feature article Moving Canada's Grain.
Did you know that there is a Canadian company that uses bees to deliver its own biological pesticide to crop blooms? Read about these amazing bees.
Don't miss Executive Director's Mitch Rezansoff's thoughts on logistics disruptions.
Be sure to read all of these amazing articles, in print or online:
- Be a leader, not a follower
- Innovation drives improved sustainability
- Agriculture commodity markets in 2023 and beyond
- Predictions for corn, soybeans, and wheat
- Modernizing the rail system
- CAAR association news
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- The current state of global agricultural testing Using just-in-time technology to thwart the spread of pathogenic disease in ag. By Shaun Holt, Chief Executive Officer, Alveo Technologies, Inc. Just as pathogens mutate, so does science advance to combat them. S...
- CN expands its central US reach Canadian National has agreed to purchase the agricultural Iowa Northern Railway. By Andrew Joseph, Editor With rival railroad company Canadian Pacific Kansas City (CPKC) valued at $104 billion market cap and pock...
- February 2024 issue of CAAR Communicator now available online The February issue of CAAR Communicator "I Love Ag" should be arriving in your mailbox. The feature article looks at brand marketing and standing out from the competition. The February issue of CAAR Communica...
- What’s New in the Canadian Ag Labour Market? A look at the country’s labour forecast through 2030. Andrew Joseph, Editor The Canadian Agricultural Human Resource Council (CAHRC) has released an executive report entitled Sowing Seeds of Change. It’s an agric...
- Anhydrous Ammonia safety - A top priority after harvest Safety experts emphasize the importance of prioritizing safety when using anhydrous ammonia (NH3) after harvest to avoid accidents and ensure a secure farming environment. As the post-harvest season approaches, f...