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Right to Repair Legislation Wrong for Nebraska

Recently, a small advocacy group in Nebraska published an op-ed promoting what is commonly known as “Right to Repair” legislation. The group argued that Right to Repair will lead to increased competition and decreased prices for consumers. What these proponents didn’t tell you is that this type of legislation does little to protect consumers and instead jeopardizes both safety and environmental protections in several ways.
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From the Desk of Dave Kanicki

Who Comes First, Customers or Employees?

As we prepared the special report that appeared in the June issue of Farm Equipment on what steps dealers who have acquired another dealership take immediately after finalizing the deal, I found it interesting how dealers seemed to be split on who they should address first, customers or employees?


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May 2016 U.S. Tractor & Combine Sales Analysis

For the largest categories of tractors and for combines the general economy certainly has an indirect effect upon sales activity at the dealerships. Rising commodity prices, a boon for farmers, ranchers and dealers, is reflected in an increased grocery bill for the consumer and is often accompanied by a resistance to paying the higher price for premium items.
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