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RDO Equipment Opens New Location in Dayton, Minn.

Just in time for the busy summer construction season, RDO Equipment Co.’s new, full-service store in Dayton is open. The Dayton store is the result of an integration between two previously separate stores in the area and is designed to better meet the equipment and technology needs of customers in the north metro area.
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AEM Awards $50,000 in Grants to Build Next Generation Workforce

Five non-profit organizations developing the future of the manufacturing and trades workforces were awarded $10,000 each at the Assn. of Equipment Manufacturers’ (AEM) 2019 Annual Conference as part of their Next Gen Grant Program. The winning organizations focused on training for and encouraging careers in construction, manufacturing, technician service and business and financial skills development.
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Bonus Interview: How Vermeer Stayed Strong

In this bonus interview, Vermeer Manufacturing leaders share the incredible story of how they worked on a 30-day timeline to recover their full manufacturing capabilities after a devastating tornado hit their facility in Pella, Iowa.
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Vermeer Manufacturing on Round Balers and Revolutionizing an Industry

In this interview, Mike Lessiter, Editor/Publisher of Farm Equipment, takes the rare opportunity to interview four ag executives — spanning two generations — from Vermeer Manufacturing. Sitting around the founder’s family table in Pella, Iowa, the group shares the story of how the invention of the round baler lead to their present-day international operation.
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Beef Producers Renewing Demand for Baleage Equipment

The long-time “dairy” practice of ensiling high-moisture hay in plastic bags or wraps is now giving cattle feeders more control over the timing of hay harvest, as well as ability to put up higher quality forage.
As profit margins for U.S. beef producers continue to shrink and, as one cattle feeder says, “The weather man isn’t doing his job any better today than he was 20 years ago,” interest in using baled silage as a way to reduce feeding expenses is showing considerable growth — especially across the eastern half of the U.S.
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