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Farmers Look for Value, Specialization in Shortline Purchases

Farm Equipment’s second shortline farmer survey found growers continue to purchase shortline equipment based on price, special features and availability.
According to Farm Equipment’s second annual survey to farmers about their shortline manufacturers, farmers continue to buy shortline equipment due to the quality they get for the price and the major lines’ lack of experience in niche areas.
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2022 Equipment Dealers Assn. Dealer-Manufacturer Relations Survey

Dealers Rank Kubota Canada & Branson as Top Full-Line & Tractor Mfrs.

In its first year on the survey, Kubota Canada takes the top slot among full-line manufacturers, while Branson ranked 1st among tractor manufacturers for the 3rd year in a row.
The Equipment Dealers Assn. (EDA) has released the results of its annual Dealer-Manufacturer Relations Survey to equipment dealers.
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Conversations with Ag Equipment's Entrepreneurs

Horsch Farm Equipment's Owner & Founder Michael Horsch

Michael Horsch shares off-the-cuff stories on his early start with products no one wanted, how the fall of the Berlin Wall kept his business afloat and some strong opinions on the farmer, dealer and manufacturer relationship
Horsch Farm Equipment owner and founder Michael Horsch describes how his dream of farming turned into a $600 million shortline equipment operation fueled by family support, customer education and tailoring equipment to meet local markets’ needs — internationally.
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Conversations in Ag

Kentucky Grain Producer and Case IH Dealer Discuss Farm Equipment Brand Loyalties

Kentucky grain producer Joe Sisk and Jeff Morgan, H&R Agri-Power (Case IH dealer) share views into each other’s world and why they have not yet consummated a high-ticket deal for Sisk’s 5,000-acre operation, which remains 100% green on combines and tractors. As soon as they sat down, Sisk (45) reminded Morgan (53) that he’d been his tractor engine instructor in 4H 33 years earlier. Morgan remembered the class and the curriculum (“intake, compression, power and exhaust”) but hadn’t realized Sisk had been in the class.
Kentucky grain producer Joe Sisk and Jeff Morgan, H&R Agri-Power (Case IH dealer) share views into each other’s world and why they have not yet consummated a high-ticket deal for Sisk’s 5,000-acre operation, which remains 100% green on combines and tractors. As soon as they sat down, Sisk (45) reminded Morgan (53) that he’d been his tractor engine instructor in 4H 33 years earlier. Morgan remembered the class and the curriculum (“intake, compression, power and exhaust”) but hadn’t realized Sisk had been in the class.
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