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What Tillage Practices Will Get Growers Back on Their Feet This Spring?

Following last year’s weather problems, dealers will likely see growers leaning into a variety of tillage practices to catch up where last year put them behind. Manufacturers share what they expect to see.
The 2019 planting season wasn’t kind to growers in North America. Overly wet conditions plagued them at every turn, which for many created tough working conditions in their fields.
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Precision Farming Dealer Summit 2020 Recap

Help Your Precision Staff Flourish from Onboarding to Seniority

3 precision experts give boots-on-the-ground examples on how to generate real improvements in employee retention and the rate of successful hires.
The ag industry is in the midst of a labor shortage, and precision ag is no different: one speaker at the 2020 Precision Farming Dealer Summit says one study shows the average burnout rate on a precision specialist is 18 months.
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Dealership Minds: Creating a Reputation that Sells Equipment

As the Wholesale Division Manager of H&R Agri-Power, Dave Gibson is the resident expert on used equipment. He divides his time between appraising trade-ins from the sales team, shopping for wholesale buyers and keeping a general eye on the used equipment market, searching for any trends or spikes in interest that could give the dealership an edge.
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Conversations in Ag

Hemp’s Future: What Will Happen When the Dust Settles?

Despite working some 700 miles apart, Bryan Parr of Legacy Hemp and Bob Pearce from the University of Kentucky have a lot in common when it comes to their work in the hemp space. As industry experts and frequent consultants for hemp growers in their areas, Parr and Pearce were able to discuss the current state of the growing hemp industry and how hemp fiber might be the key to hemp’s future as a cash crop.
Despite working some 700 miles apart, Bryan Parr of Legacy Hemp and Bob Pearce from the University of Kentucky have a lot in common when it comes to their work in the hemp space. As industry experts and frequent consultants for hemp growers in their areas, Parr and Pearce were able to discuss the current state of the growing hemp industry and how hemp fiber might be the key to hemp’s future as a cash crop.
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Conversations in Ag

Thinking Ahead: How Should Dealers Prepare A Succession Plan?

Wayne Ostermeyer, president of Ostermeyer Equipment, a Vermeer dealer in Shelton, Neb., and Andy Goodman, president of the Iowa-Nebraska Equipment Dealers Assn. both have first-hand experience in navigating dealership succession. The two industry veterans sat down at Husker Harvest Days in Grand Island, Neb. to discuss what dealers need to do to not just survive but thrive though a dealership succession.
Two industry veterans, Wayne Ostermeyer, president of Ostermeyer Equipment, and Andy Goodman, president of the Iowa-Nebraska Equipment Dealers Assn., sat down at Husker Harvest Days in Grand Island, Neb. to discuss what dealers need to do to not just survive but thrive though a dealership succession.
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