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88 Years of Unconventional Strength: Yetter Manufacturing

Pat Whalen, the fourth generation of family behind Illinois-based Yetter Manufacturing, talks about overcoming challenges and embracing strengths as a shortline manufacturer through changing times.
Pat Whalen, the fourth generation of family behind Illinois-based Yetter Manufacturing, talks about overcoming challenges and embracing strengths as a shortline manufacturer through changing times.
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Conversations with Ag Equipment's Entrepreneurs

How Gregg Sauder Built 360 Yield Center 1 Step at a Time

The following is the full interview between <em>Farm Equipment</em> editor Mike Lessiter and Gregg Sauder &ndash; the founder of two revolutionary ag technology companies, Precision Planting which was launched in the early 1990s and later sold to Monsanto, and his current venture, 360 Yield Center.
The following is the full interview between Farm Equipment editor Mike Lessiter and Gregg Sauder – the founder of two revolutionary ag technology companies, Precision Planting which was launched in the early 1990s and later sold to Monsanto, and his current venture, 360 Yield Center.
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Conversations with Ag Equipment's Entrepreneurs

German Manufacturer Krone Prioritizes Quality Control With Growth

Krone shares on the Spelle, Germany, based international manufacturer's 112-year history, including its decision to focus on forage
For Bernard Krone, fourth generation owner and CEO of Krone Company, keeping the company tidy and in the family has paid off in continued success for a company that has been filled with moving parts throughout the years — from agricultural machines to commercial vehicles. Focusing solely on hay and forage equipment today, its North American operations are based out of Memphis.
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Horsch Farm Equipment's Owner & Founder Michael Horsch

Michael Horsch shares off-the-cuff stories on his early start with products no one wanted, how the fall of the Berlin Wall kept his business afloat and some strong opinions on the farmer, dealer and manufacturer relationship
Horsch Farm Equipment owner and founder Michael Horsch describes how his dream of farming turned into a $600 million shortline equipment operation fueled by family support, customer education and tailoring equipment to meet local markets’ needs — internationally.
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Kinze's Jon Kinzenbaw and Susie Kinzenbaw Veatch

A candid conversation about how Kinze Manufacturing was built from nearly nothing into a manufacturer known for its pioneering work in grain carts and then planters
For Susie Veatch and her father Jon Kinzenbaw, the move from local repair shop to global manufacturer has been a rewarding learning experience — but not one without its challenges, including the John Deere lawsuit that could have squeezed them out of the planter business.
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