Find out how recent developments are affecting Canadian ag retailers at the Industry Update session at the 2019 CAAR Conference in Winnipeg, MB.

A recent and significant wave of consolidation in agriculture’s supply sector has many retailers wondering, “How will this affect my business?” If you’ve asked yourself the same question, you will want to attend the Mergers & Acquisitions Panel at the 2019 CAAR Conference to get some answers.

At Meridian Manufacturing, we produce a full line of bins, seed delivery equipment and storage tanks for the agricultural, commercial and industrial markets. We design products to make any operation more profitable and safer with the best ways to move and store all types of commodities. For decades, we've been developing storage and handling solutions that take quality and craftsmanship to best fit your operation. Meridian has six world class manufacturing plants located throughout North America: Camrose, AB, Lethbridge, AB, Regina, SK, Winkler, MB, Cambridge, ON and Storm Lake, IA. Industry leading designers and engineering staff we have the capabilities to help you design the right solution for your needs.

ESN® SMART NITROGEN® is the leader in controlled-release nitrogen products for broad acre farming. ESN consists of a urea granule encapsulated in a flexible polymer coating that releases nitrogen in response to soil temperature – an important trigger for plant growth. Unlike inhibitors or stabilized products, ESN releases nitrogen when your crops need it. ESN provides unmatched ROI through N loss protection and increased yields.

Attending the 2019 CAAR Conference? Stay at the Delta Hotels Winnipeg and be steps from all the action! Book before Monday, Jan. 21 and take advantage of special group rates.

CAAR has once again successfully renewed the SGI Letter of Approval to Anhydrous Ammonia or Fertilizer Distributors, expiring Dec. 31, 2019.

Enhanced efficiency fertilizers (EEFs) are forms of fertilizer, including nitrogen, designed to reduce nutrient losses to the environment. With fewer nutrients lost, more are available to crops. Nitrogen EEFs, unlike “traditional” forms of nitrogen, are less susceptible to nitrogen loss through leaching, runoff, volatilization or denitrification.