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Worksaver Faces Challenges Head On & Embraces Change

Worksaver turned a business around amid the 1980s ag crisis and later survived the bankruptcy of one of its largest customers
Tom and Tim Burenga of Worksaver detail the company's origin story, their early memories and the differences between yesterday and today's farmer, during an "off-the-cuff"interview with Farm Equipment.
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Conversations with Ag Equipment's Entrepreneurs

Kirby Manufacturing Evolves from Dealer to Manufacturer While Navigating California's Dairy Industry

Ric Kirby explains the company’s evolution from dealer to manufacturer, some entertaining sales and demo techniques, their growing international business and memories of the day the team rallied behind a commitment to one another to weather a financial hardship.
Ric Kirby discusses how his family and company navigated the California dairy industry and went from manufacturing the first self-unloading forage wagon to other products, including a vehicle to assist presidential customers.
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[Podcast] Conversations with Ag Equipment’s Entrepreneurs: Horsch CEO Michael Horsch

In this episode of the <em>Farm Equipment</em> podcast, “How We Did It: Conversations with Ag Equipment's Entrepreneurs" sponsored by Osmundson Manufacturing, Editor Mike Lessiter sits with the first German-based manufacturer in this series Michael Horsch, of Horsch, a global manufacturer of seeding, tillage and spraying equipment that you may know by the brand names of Joker high speed discs, and Maestro planter.
In this episode of the Farm Equipment podcast, “How We Did It: Conversations with Ag Equipment's Entrepreneurs" sponsored by Osmundson Manufacturing, Editor Mike Lessiter sits with the first German-based manufacturer in this series Michael Horsch, of Horsch, a global manufacturer of seeding, tillage and spraying equipment that you may know by the brand names of Joker high speed discs, and Maestro planter.
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[Podcast] On the Record: Improving Crop Yields Offers $240B Precision Farming Opportunity

In this podcast we dive into a new report from Goldman Sach's on the $240 billion market that exists for precision farming technology to address the 70% increase in food production by 2050, Farmobile's acquisition of Prime Meridian, an increase in landscapers equipment spending, Deere's June retail sales, Art's Ways second quarter earnings and Clean Seed Capital's acquisition of Harvest International.
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