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Debating California Tillage

Despite differing opinions, Alan Wilcox, of Wilcox Agri-Products and Jeff Mitchell, no-till advocate at University of California–Davis, sat down during World Ag Expo in Tulare, Calif., to discuss the challenges and the opportunities for conservation tillage practices to take hold in California’s Central Valley.
Despite differing opinions, Alan Wilcox, of Wilcox Agri-Products and Jeff Mitchell, no-till advocate at University of California–Davis, sat down during World Ag Expo in Tulare, Calif., to discuss the challenges and the opportunities for conservation tillage practices to take hold in California’s Central Valley.
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Used Equipment Remarketing Roadmaps

[Podcast] How Will Continued Drought in the Southwest Impact Hay Prices and Equipment Sales?

Casey Seymour of 21<sup>st</sup> Century Equipment and Moving Iron LLC discusses the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey with Shawn Skaggs of Livingston Machinery, a 4-store AGCO dealership in Western Oklahoma and Texas.
Casey Seymour of 21st Century Equipment and Moving Iron LLC discusses the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey with Shawn Skaggs of Livingston Machinery, a 4-store AGCO dealership in Western Oklahoma and Texas.
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Dealership Minds 2016: Kern Machinery

Using Precision Products to Mitigate the Impacts of Drought

Farmers in California have been looking for help from technological advances to mitigate the impacts of drought conditions. Joel Turrubiates, integrated solutions manager for Kern Machinery in Bakersfield, Calif., talks about the Field Connect solutions that some farmers have found value in. The 54-part 2016 Farm Equipment Dealership Minds video series is sponsored by Charter Software.
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No-Tillers Saw Solid Profits & Yields in 2012

The results from an annual survey of U.S. no-till farmers reveal that, despite the drought and rising input costs, 2012 produced solid results, both in terms of profitability and crop yields. As a result, no- till farmers expect to slightly increase equipment purchases in 2013.
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Ag Equipment Intelligence

Dealer Optimism Showing Meaningful Improvement

Results from the most recent Dealer Sentiment & Business Conditions Update survey shows that North American farm equipment dealers are feeling a bit better about their business prospects these days. At the same time, commentary from the survey indicates that dealers are still gun shy about making big plans for 2013.
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To The Point: A Good Year If ...

From my experience in manufacturing, I always found it just as difficult, if not more so, coming out of a recession then it is going into it. From what farm equipment dealers tell me, the same is true when agriculture goes into or comes out of a significant weather event like this year's Midwest drought.
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