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[Podcast] Find the Second and Third Buyers in a Shrinking Market

During the Dealership Minds Summit in Iowa City, Casey Seymour of 21<sup>st</sup> Century Equipment and Moving Iron LLC sat down with by Adam Verner of Elite Ag, a shortline dealer in Leesburg, Ga. to discuss used equipment and the chopper market
During the Dealership Minds Summit in Iowa City, Casey Seymour of 21st Century Equipment and Moving Iron LLC sat down with by Adam Verner of Elite Ag, a shortline dealer in Leesburg, Ga. to discuss used equipment and the chopper market
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Ask the Expert: The Dealership of Tomorrow: Who Will be the "New" Equipment Buyer?

This is an exciting time in the farm equipment business. There is a generational paradigm shift happening both with ag equipment dealers and the producers. Retiring producers and those that have gone out of business have left the door open to expansion. Across North America, the demand for technology, specialized product knowledge, and the decreasing number of producers has led to greater dealership consolidation. In order to create economies of scale, both sides will continue to grow. So what does this mean and how will it effect each other’s business? In my opinion, the next 5 years will have such a dramatic change the industry will be unrecognizable.
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Ask the Expert

Ask the Expert: The Dealership of Tomorrow: Who Will be the "New" Equipment Buyer?

This is an exciting time in the farm equipment business. There is a generational paradigm shift happening both with ag equipment dealers and the producers. Retiring producers and those that have gone out of business have left the door open to expansion. Across North America, the demand for technology, specialized product knowledge, and the decreasing number of producers has led to greater dealership consolidation. In order to create economies of scale, both sides will continue to grow. So what does this mean and how will it effect each other’s business? In my opinion, the next 5 years will have such a dramatic change the industry will be unrecognizable.
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Industry Consolidation Part 1

Number of U.S. Farms Declines While Size of Farms Increases

Farm consolidation over the last 3 decades has led to fewer, but larger production farms, while small lifestyle farms have risen in number and will drive demand of small farm equipment.
Dow and DuPont. Monsanto and Bayer. John Deere and Blue River Technology. AGCO and Precision Planting. In almost every segment of the agriculture industry — from chemical and seed, to farm equipment and technology — consolidation is taking place. And the cause of these major mergers is a direct reflection of what is taking place on the end user side: farm consolidation.
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Consolidation Impacts All Aspects of Ag Industry

Consolidation has hit all aspects of the agriculture industry from farmers, suppliers, manufacturers to dealers and even associations.
The landscape of the agriculture industry has been changing over the last several years, and is showing no signs of easing up. Consolidation and mergers are redefining the industry. Three mega-mergers on the crop protection and seed industry side of the business have dominated headlines — Dow-DuPont, ChemChina-Syngenta and Bayer-Monsanto.
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Used Equipment Remarketing Roadmaps

[Podcast] The Impact of Farm Consolidation on Used Equipment Inventories

Casey Seymour of 21<sup>st</sup> Century Equipment and Moving Iron LLC is joined by Kevin Vandervort, used equipment manager for Hoober’s Inc, an 8-store Case IH dealer in Delaware, Maryland, Pennsylvania and Virginia.
Casey Seymour of 21st Century Equipment and Moving Iron LLC is joined by Kevin Vandervort, used equipment manager for Hoober’s Inc, an 8-store Case IH dealer in Delaware, Maryland, Pennsylvania and Virginia.
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