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Hills Inc. Continues Tradition in Red River Valley

The North Dakota-based dealership is entering its fourth generation of equipment experts.
It was 1946 when Howard Hills decided to build a shortline dealership in the heart of North Dakota’s Red River Valley. Scott Hill says his father, John, took over after and he and his two brothers (Dave and Mike), are at the helm of Hills Inc. today. A couple of Dave’s sons are working their way into the family business as its fourth generation.
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Shortline Veterans in Illinois Stands by Values into Third Generation

The second longest distributor for Art's Way also leads in equipment sales.
J.R. Harris says even after his dad had passed in 1990, the decision to keep his namesake for the family business, J.O. Harris Sales, was one that didn’t take much discussion. Today, J.R.’s son, Jay, is the third generation heading the shortline dealership in Alexander, Ill.
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How Dealers Add Shortlines

Customer requests may initiate consideration for bringing on a new shortline, but the boss will decide what’s best for his store.
Customer requests may initiate consideration for bringing on a new shortline, but the boss will decide what’s best for his store.
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Dealers are ‘Sold’ on Shortlines

Innovation and speed to market give shortline equipment the edge in meeting the changing demands of the professional grower and emerging markets.
Innovation and speed to market give shortline equipment the edge in meeting the changing demands of the professional grower and emerging markets.
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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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