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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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Jensens
Conversations with Ag Equipment's Entrepreneurs

Working Well Together: Thurston Manufacturing

Layton, Ryan and Nick Jensen run a company with three individual brands: Blu-Jet, Simonsen Iron Works and ChuckWagon. Father-son duo Layton and Nick Jensen discuss how they’ve managed to do that well over the years, and how they continue to, in Thurston, Neb.
Layton, Ryan and Nick Jensen run a company with three individual brands: Blu-Jet, Simonsen Iron Works and ChuckWagon. Father-son duo Layton and Nick Jensen discuss how they’ve managed to do that well over the years, and how they continue to, in Thurston, Neb.
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Hellbusch boys
Conversations with Ag Equipment's Entrepreneurs

Turning Three Years Into Decades: Duo Lift Manufacturing

As the proprietors of Nebraska-based Duo Lift Manufacturing, Jim, Ben and David Hellbusch represent a family that has seen decades of ups and downs in the agriculture business and their fair share of business changes.
As the proprietors of Nebraska-based Duo Lift Manufacturing, Jim, Ben and David Hellbusch represent a family that has seen decades of ups and downs in the agriculture business and their fair share of business changes.
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McConnell
Conversations with Ag Equipment’s Entrepreneurs

Art's Way Manufacturing: Riding a Changing Business Since 1956

Ward and Marc McConnell of Armstrong, Iowa, based shortline manufacturer Art's Way Manufacturing explore the company's origins and their differing leadership styles.
The McConnells talk about how they serve livestock industries through their company, which has grown to require 150 employees across three facilities and makes more than 20 million dollars in annual revenues. 
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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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