2019 CAAR Conference Exhibitor

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February 12 – 14, 2019
Winnipeg, Manitoba

Ag Business & Crop is delighted to take part as an exhibitor at the 2019 CAAR Conference & Tradeshow.

Offering the tools and training you need for modern farming, Ag Business & Crop helps producers to maximize their success and excel using the latest technology and methods for 21st century agriculture.

Ag Business & Crop is your Canadian distributor for Wintex Automatic Soil Samplers, Wintex Liquid Storage Covers (eg: manure tanks), & senseFly/Parrot’s professional fixed wing and rotary drones/UAV’s, and drone / RPAS flight training specialist. Our goal is to help agronomists and farmers collect accurate, high quality data right the first time, simply and with greater efficiency, allowing you to spend more time making decisions and implementing changes. We know agriculture, focus on practical ag solutions and are customer-centric.

Find Us At The 2019 CAAR Conference & Tradeshow

Visit us at our booth in the RBC Convention Centre in downtown Winnipeg, and learn about our array of precision agriculture products, including:

About 2019 CAAR Conference & Tradeshow

Located at the RBC Convention Centre, 375 York Ave, Winnipeg, The 2019 CAAR Conference allows agri-retailers the opportunity to stay informed with current and upcoming issues affecting the ag retail industry.

This year’s conference features an exceptional lineup of speakers and panelists, all offering their own unique and knowledgeable insight into the ever-changing ag industry and focuses on strengthening the business of ag retail.

Conference speakers include Lesley Kelly, James Cunningham, Graham Sherman, and Dr. Sylvain Charlebois.

Learn More

Visit the link below for more info about the 2019 CAAR Conference and Tradeshow.

If you would like to know more about Ag Business & Crop’s products, services or participation at the 2019 CAAR Conference, contact us today.

Learn about our newest UAV solution for Agriculture: the Parrot Bluegrass quadcopter, equipped with the industry’s most popular multispectral sensor, Sequoia.