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This episode of “How We Did It: Conversations with Ag Equipment’s Entrepreneurs,” sponsored by Osmundson Manufacturing, features Pat Whalen, the third-generation owner of Illinois’ Yetter Manufacturing.
Farm Equipment's "How We Did It" podcast series is brought to you by Osmundson.
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Centered on the theme of "Building Business Value With Recurring Revenue," the 2019 Precision Farming Dealer Summit is a 2-day DEALERS ONLY networking and idea sharing event that is 100% focused on equipping your company to run a more profitable precision farming business.
Dealers on the Move is the latest news on dealer growth, including acquisitions, consolidations and new locations. It is brought to you by Adpearance.
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The Success in Shortline Machinery series highlights the best practice strategies employed by top farm equipment dealers to promote and sell shortline equipment. It is brought to you courtesy of Art’s Way Manufacturing.
If you’re frustrated that the big names in equipment manufacturing aren’t rolling out autonomous systems quickly enough, you may want to look a little closer to home. Read More
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Our expert Casey Seymour discusses what makes for a good Used Equipment Manager in this latest installment of the “Ask the Expert: Remarketing Used Equipment” series.
This blog by industry expert Casey Seymour is part of the Ask the Expert: Remarketing Used Equipment series, sponsored by Iron Solutions.
At Iron Solutions, we provide used equipment valuations, market intelligence and a suite of integrated, cloud-based business systems custom-tailored for the equipment industry. Our proprietary model is built on actual dealer sales transaction data. Learn more…
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.