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Thought Leader Series

Catching Up with Ag Industry ‘Thought Leaders’

Farm Equipment editors pivot to Zoom Videos to connect to thought leaders throughout the industry.
To foster ‘from the front line’ understanding in this unprecedented time, the editors of Farm Equipment just launched a new video series. The “Farm Equipment Thought Leader Video Series” consists of brief, 1-1 conversations with influencers from different segments of the farm equipment industry.
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What Tillage Practices Will Get Growers Back on Their Feet This Spring?

Following last year’s weather problems, dealers will likely see growers leaning into a variety of tillage practices to catch up where last year put them behind. Manufacturers share what they expect to see.
The 2019 planting season wasn’t kind to growers in North America. Overly wet conditions plagued them at every turn, which for many created tough working conditions in their fields.
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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

Deere and Case IH Dealers Compete in Janesville

In mid-April, Chris Frodel, Mid-State Equipment (John Deere) drove over from her store to meet in the conference room at Johnson Tractor (Case IH), Leo Johnson’s store. The length of Frodel’s drive on Highway 14 was a full 4 minutes. That’s how close these two dealerships are in the rich agricultural region of Janesville, Wis. Both are second-generation dealers with siblings as partners (Chris runs the business with her brother Bryan and father Curt Hanson, while Leo does the same with brother Eric) and steadily collected additional stores from small-operation origins. Frodel (44) and Johnson (62) also found a lot of similarities and values in their businesses as they dug in for a candid discussion and what the future may look like.
In mid-April, Chris Frodel, Mid-State Equipment (John Deere) drove over from her store to meet in the conference room at Johnson Tractor (Case IH), Leo Johnson’s store. The length of Frodel’s drive on Highway 14 was a full 4 minutes. That’s how close these two dealerships are in the rich agricultural region of Janesville, Wis.
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Farm Challenges Spawn New Tillage Tech

Herbicide resistance, varied growing conditions, and the need for top-notch seedbed preparation drive equipment makers to find new tillage solutions.
The reduced tillage movement continues to grow in the U.S., fueled by economic and environmental concerns, but fully 60-75% of the nation’s farmland remains in “conventional” farming — with growers relying on pre-plant tillage and soil preparation to create a field-wide, soft, friable seedbed.
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From the Desk of Mike Lessiter

Day in the Life: What Does a Dealer Development Manager Do?

One of the fun things about our coverage of the farm equipment business is discovering and sharing how each of the various cogs perform together in the larger “machine.” On each of the Dealership Minds special issues, we’ve had subscribers laugh about how they learned something they didn’t know about the role of a person they’d worked 10 yards away from for a decade, sometimes more.
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Special Report

Parts Success is a '2-Way Street' with Manufacturers

Dealers & manufacturers need to work together to promote & take advantage of parts programs that can help improve margins.
If your strategy for selling parts is relying on walk-in traffic or the service department, you’re missing out on opportunities. “Dealers who are relying on walk-in traffic are the dealers who are complaining about their parts business.
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Customer Demands Drive Equipment Innovations

Farm equipment manufacturers are responding to and, in some cases, anticipating farmers’ needs in designing new products. This was evident in the many new developments rolled out during the 2016 Farm Progress Show.
Not only did Farm Equipment editors carry out their traditional duties of digging for the newest and most innovative products at this year’s Farm Progress Show, but this time we dug a little deeper. This year we spent additional time with exhibitors to get their take on what’s driving new equipment designs and developments and how they’re responding to what they’re hearing from their dealers and customers.
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2016 Equipment Dealers Assn. Dealer-Manufacturer Relations Survey

Dealers ‘Grade’ Their Equipment Suppliers

EDA’s 2016 Dealer-Manufacturer Relations Survey rates equipment manufacturers on 12 categories of dealership operations and support.
In June, the Equipment Dealers Assn. (EDA) released the results of its annual Dealer-Manufacturer Relations Survey. Through this study, equipment dealers rated the companies whose products they represent on 12 key categories of dealership operations and support.
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