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Man + machine = climate change TKO

Learn how machine learning is already being used by farmers to beat the negative impact of weather.

Ag Retailers Will Lead The Emissions Reduction Plan

The volume of perspective has significantly increased in the past three months relating to the AAFC (Agriculture & Agri-Food Canada) and ECCC (Environment Canada & Climate Change) discussion paper: Farm Applied Fertilizer Emission Reduction Discussion Paper comment period ending August 31.   

Getting The Most Out Of Your New Hire

Avoiding communication breakdown strengthens the bond between the employer and the new employee.

It’s Not Easy Being Green

How geopolitics wants farmers to figure out how to do more with less to create less but more.

Labour Shortages in Ag

Efforts to resolve the crisis of a labour shortage in the ag world keep government agencies busy.

Update on Port of Oshawa Expansion

Increased grain exports are expected to be the key to the forthcoming port project.

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 The October CAAR Communicator features the following feature stories:

  • A Game of GHG: Increasing Reductions
  • Grain Gains in Rail Delivery
  • How to resolve the Ag Labour Shortage

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