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Agri-Service President & KanEquip Regional Manager discuss their businesses

Clint Schnoor, president of Agri-Service, a large multi-location AGCO dealership headquartered in Idaho and Bryndon Meinhardt, a regional manager for KanEquip, an 8-store CNH dealer in Kansas, sat down to talk for the first time during the Precision Farming Dealer Summit in Louisville, Ky. Despite carrying different brands and covering different markets, the two discovered their businesses have more similarities than differences.
Clint Schnoor, president of Agri-Service, a large multi-location AGCO dealership headquartered in Idaho and Bryndon Meinhardt, a regional manager for KanEquip, an 8-store CNH dealer in Kansas, sat down to talk for the first time during the Precision Farming Dealer Summit in Louisville, Ky. Despite carrying different brands and covering different markets, the two discovered their businesses have more similarities than differences.
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From the Desk of Kim Schmidt

Do You Adapt to a Changing Customer Base?

Dealer succession planning is a regular topic in the pages of Farm Equipment; in fact we devoted an entire special report and conference to the topic a few years ago. Progressive dealerships have a plan in place or are working on their plan to prepare the next generation of managers and leaders to move the business forward. But, what are you as the dealer doing to prepare your business for the next generation of customers? Anything?
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Succession Planning in Farm Equipment Dealerships

In this special report, <i>Farm Equipment</i> examines the subject of succession planning from the rarely-covered vantage point of the successor generation.
Farm Equipment examined the subject of succession planning from the rarely-covered vantage point of the successor generation. In this report, you'll hear from 8 next-generation leaders (all under the age of 42) telling their own stories — and in their own words — of what's happening at their place.
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The Next Generation

Exploring the Possibilities of Employee Stock Ownership Plans

Along with playing a role in establishing a succession plan, ESOPs offer a range of other benefits for dealer-principals and their employees.

Farm equipment dealers who are looking to establish a succession plan for their companies to ensure their dealerships remain viable business entities, whether or not they remain at the helm of the company, are taking a close look at the potential role that an Employee Stock Ownership Plan (ESOP) could play in the process.


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