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Why Birkey’s Farm Store Set Up an ESOP

Mike Hedge, CEO of 17-store Case IH dealer Birkey’s Farm Store, says the ESOP helps with employee retention and will fuel future acquisitions.

Birkey’s Farm Store, a 17-store Case IH dealership with locations in Illinois and Indiana, announced Jan. 6, 2022, it had become 100% employee-owned as part of an Employee Stock Ownership Plan, otherwise known as an ESOP. 

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What Caught Your Attention in 2016?

Read these summaries of the ‘most-viewed’ content via Farm Equipment’s Digital Media offering — over the first 8 months of the year.
As editors, it’s our job to know, and deliver on, the news, topics and ideas that are most relevant to the farm equipment industry. Unlike years past, the prevalence of analytics in today’s world allows us to take a first-hand look at the information-consumption habits of our audience.
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[Webinar] Drivers of the Business: Financial Metrics for the Non-CPA

During this webinar, Mike Hedge reviews how basic financial statements fit together and what they measure. He also introduces a few key metrics that he believes are key to helping dealers maintain a healthy business for the long run. This live event took place at 2:00 p.m. CDT on April 26, 2016. [To view any of our webinar replays, you must be logged in with a free user account.]
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Monitoring Service Productivity: Non-Applied Tech Time Is ‘Thrown-Out’ Inventory

In his general session presentation at the 2015 Dealership Minds Summit in Cincinnati in January, Birkey’s Farm Store President/CEO Mike Hedge also covered service productivity issues and the high cost of unapplied labor most farm equipment dealerships experience. And he encouraged dealers to start looking at service techs through a lens of inventory units.
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How Leverage & Inventory Turnover Keep the Balance Sheet in Order

This executive shares his approach to teaching employees throughout the dealership the importance of leverage and turnover, the guard rails for keeping the balance sheet — and dealership — on track.
Financial metrics don’t drive our business, but they are a set of guardrails to keep us from running our business off the cliff. And in a cyclical business, when the business goes up and down, it’s easy for those ratios and metrics to get out of kilter.
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