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The OEM-Customer Relationship in Ag: What Growers Want

Equipment manufacturers today recognize the importance of designing and developing cutting-edge, innovative product offerings meant to meet the ever-changing needs and wants of customers. But, according to a recent AEM research report conducted by Clutch, they aren't always well-equipped to maximize their relationships with those who use the machinery they produce.
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Conversations in Ag

Shortliners Ask: Is Ag’s Future Autonomous?

Landoll’s Farm Equipment Sales Manager, Jamie Meier, and Cory Beaujot, manager of Business Development for SeedMaster Mfg. Inc. and DOT Technology Corp., recently sat down to talk trends in ag and what farming will be like in the near future.
Landoll’s Farm Equipment Sales Manager, Jamie Meier, and Cory Beaujot, manager of Business Development for SeedMaster Mfg. Inc. and DOT Technology Corp., recently sat down to talk trends in ag and what farming will be like in the near future.
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Conversations in Ag

Soil Scientist Joshua Mcgrath & Precision Agriculture Engineer Joe Luck solve the Precision Gap

Agronomy and engineering play critical roles the in development and application of precision practices. But the two areas don’t always intersect in convenient or compatible ways. At this year’s Agricultural Equipment Technology Conference in Louisville, soil scientist Joshua McGrath and precision ag engineer Joe Luck dissected the advancements and imperfections of the current state of ag technology to include some of the missing pieces.
Agronomy and engineering play critical roles the in development and application of precision practices. But the two areas don’t always intersect in convenient or compatible ways. At this year’s Agricultural Equipment Technology Conference in Louisville, soil scientist Joshua McGrath and precision ag engineer Joe Luck dissected the advancements and imperfections of the current state of ag technology to include some of the missing pieces.
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From the Desk of Dave Kanicki

New Ag Tech: Just a Start

When it comes to the new technology that’s reshaping the farm equipment business, dealers can’t afford to ignore the changes. We can disagree, we can dislike and, maybe we can delay the impact of these changes. But we can’t deny that big changes are underway.
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