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From the Desk of Dave Kanicki

One State Down and 49 to Go

On March 4, the U.S. Supreme Court said they wouldn’t hear an application filed by several manufacturers that challenged the New Hampshire law that included farm equipment and other dealers under the state’s “Dealer Bill of Rights.” The bill, was passed in 2013, signed by the state’s governor and, after the manufacturers’ challenge, upheld by the New Hampshire Supreme Court.
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When Might We Feel the Impacts of El Nino?

In today's newscast we look into the likelihood of El Nino conditions hitting the U.S. and Canada this year and its impact, the possibility of legislation to permanently increase Section 179 expensing levels, what shifts in global manufacturing cost could mean for U,S. equipment exports and more, a rise in first quarter farm loans and financial reports from AGCO and Titan International.
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Implements of Husbandry Legislation in Wisconsin Update: Alternative Bill Introduced

The snow is starting to melt; the days of the current legislative session are winding down; and farmers are thinking of getting into their fields. But there are a couple of other things most likely on their minds, things like getting manure storage facilities emptied and those portable scales that about half a dozen counties have ordered.
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