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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 Communicator also provides a GHG emissions update, a look at how Canada is doing.  

The issue also has a report from the Seed World Group on seed technology and how that might grow crop economics.  

CAAR Executive Director's Mitch Rezansoff provides his CAAR outlook for 2024.    

The magazine also includes the following information articles:

If some of your team members are not receiving the CAAR Communicator Magazine and you would like them to, please contact Nikeisha Paul-Hunnighan at 204-989-9313.

View the February 2024 issue online.

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