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In this episode host Casey Seymour of Moving Iron LLC sat down with Kyle McMahon and Andy Campbell from Tractor Zoom to review what happened in the auction market in August, particularly when it comes to used combines.
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In this short video clip, Manager of History & Corporate Archives Neil Dahlstrom provides a walk-through of John Deere’s impressive archives, and investment it has made to preserve the history and keep it accessible for generations to come. Watch Now »
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In 2020, Kubota unveiled its largest tractor to date — the 19,510 pound (8,550 kilogram) M8. Its big features – power, reliability, comfort and value. Power comes in the form of a 180 horsepower (134 kW) or 200 horsepower (149kW) Cummins B6.7 Performance Series engine. Read More »
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Every three years since 2011, Ag Equipment Intelligence editors have extensively surveyed farmers across 12 states encompassing the Corn Belt (Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Ohio, Missouri), Lake States (Michigan, Minnesota, Wisconsin) and Northern Plains (Kansas, Nebraska, North Dakota, South Dakota) regions of the U.S. to gauge the level of loyalty they hold toward equipment. The culmination of a nearly a decade-long study, Ag Equipment Intelligence has now combined this extensive primary research into an insightful, comprehensive and unique dealership management report, Brand Loyalty in the Farm Equipment Business.
Since 2009, the editors of Ag Equipment Intelligence in collaboration with the Machinery Advisors Consortium have compiled the annual "Big Dealer" Report to provide the ag equipment industry with a thorough, by-the-numbers analysis into the shifts in dealer ownership, along with insight into the implications these shifts have on the industry. It's the most detailed source of information on ownership changes and consolidation trends of North America's largest farm equipment dealers.