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Lessiter

To the Point: Unprecedented Times, These Are …

As most of you know, our company also publishes No-Till Farmer (NTF), now in its 50th year (my dad, Frank, has personally edited each edition since 1972). With NTF’s half-century milestone and the 60th anniversary of the first commercial no-till plots in Kentucky in 2022, we’ve been preparing a museum display to bring to Louisville for the 30th National No-Tillage Conference (NNTC) in January.


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The No-Till Planter Race: Did IH Get There Before A-C?

International Harvester appears to have been the first to come to market with a no-till concept planter — 13 years before Allis-Chalmers’ model found commercial success in 1966. But IH exited production just 2 years later after only 23 shipments.
As our staff was delving into research for the “Timeline of No-Till History," ​the No-Till Museum we’ll be bringing to the National No-Tillage Conference in Louisville, and an all-new history series planned in 2022 to mark the “triple crown” of no-till milestones, we discovered some mystery over the first no-till planter. And it’s the kind of discovery that’s sure to fuel additional debates.
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Conversations in Ag

33 Years Later: Lessons Learned Make Today’s Dealers Stronger

Former International Harvester (IH) executive/dealer Paul Wallem & Case IH North America vice president Scott Harris reflected on the IH and Case merger of 33 years ago and contrasted today’s ag cycle with the early 1980s during a sit-down at the Case IH Experience Center in Racine, Wis. The last time Wallem was in Racine 33 years ago, the ag economy was still reeling after a confluence of stacked-up woes precipitated by President Jimmy Carter’s Russian grain embargo, 22% interest rates, a 6-month IH labor strike and factory-pumping equipment inventories that took dealers 4 years to unload.
Former International Harvester (IH) executive/dealer Paul Wallem & Case IH North America vice president Scott Harris reflected on the IH and Case merger of 33 years ago and contrasted today’s ag cycle with the early 1980s during a sit-down at the Case IH Experience Center in Racine, Wis.
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Conversations with Ag Equipment's Entrepreneurs

Doing Business with Amity

Howard Dahl of Amity Technology shares stories of innovation, business, exports, family and life lessons.
Howard Dahl of Amity Technology shares stories of innovation, business, exports, family and life lessons.
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Howard Dahl
How We Did It

[Podcast] Conversations with Ag Equipment’s Entrepreneurs: Amity’s Howard Dahl

In this episode of the podcast, “How We Did It: Conversations with Ag Equipment's Entrepreneurs”, Darrell Bruggink sits with Amity Technology’s Howard Dahl, the third-generation of one of America’s most influential farm equipment families based in North Dakota’s Red River Valley.
In this episode of the podcast, “How We Did It: Conversations with Ag Equipment's Entrepreneurs” (sponsored by Osmundson Manufacturing), Darrell Bruggink sits with Amity Technology’s Howard Dahl, the third-generation of one of America’s most influential farm equipment families based in North Dakota’s Red River Valley.
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How We Did It

[Podcast] Conversations with Ag Equipment’s Entrepreneurs: Ingersoll's Roger Murdock

In this bonus episode of the <em>Farm Equipment</em> podcast, &ldquo;How We Did It: Conversations with Ag Equipment&rsquo;s Entrepreneurs&rdquo; brought to you by Ingersoll Tillage, Editor Mike Lessiter invited AgriSolution's Vice President Roger Murdock to discuss the history of Ingersoll and adjusting to changes in the industry.
In this bonus episode of the Farm Equipment podcast, “How We Did It: Conversations with Ag Equipment’s Entrepreneurs” brought to you by Ingersoll Tillage, Editor Mike Lessiter invited AgriSolution's Vice President Roger Murdock to discuss the history of Ingersoll and adjusting to changes in the industry.
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How We Did It

[Podcast] Conversations with Ag Equipment’s Entrepreneurs: Worksaver's Tom and Tim Burenga

In this episode of the <em>Farm Equipment</em> podcast, &ldquo;How We Did It: Conversations with Ag Equipment&rsquo;s Entrepreneurs&rdquo; brought to you by Ingersoll Tillage, Editor Mike Lessiter met up with Worksaver's Tom and Tim Burenga in Texas to talk about how their business survived the 1980s and how they transitioned the business from a supplier to farm stores to establishing their own Worksaver brand.
In this episode of the Farm Equipment podcast, “How We Did It: Conversations with Ag Equipment’s Entrepreneurs” brought to you by Ingersoll Tillage, Editor Mike Lessiter met up with Worksaver's Tom and Tim Burenga in Texas to talk about how their business survived the 1980s and how they transitioned the business from a supplier to farm stores to establishing their own Worksaver brand.
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