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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 in Ag

How Tillage & Planting Have Changed

Roger Murdock of Ingersoll Tillage Group and No-Till Farmer founding editor Frank Lessiter discuss changes in agriculture over their careers, including equipment, farm sizes and tillage practices. With Murdock’s career taking him across the globe and Lessiter’s to farms in every state in the U.S., they compared notes on what’s happening here in North America and overseas.
Roger Murdock of Ingersoll Tillage Group and No-Till Farmer founding editor Frank Lessiter discuss changes in agriculture over their careers, including equipment, farm sizes and tillage practices. With Murdock’s career taking him across the globe and Lessiter’s to farms in every state in the U.S., they compared notes on what’s happening here in North America and overseas.
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Conversations in Ag

Debating California Tillage

Despite differing opinions, Alan Wilcox, of Wilcox Agri-Products and Jeff Mitchell, no-till advocate at University of California–Davis, sat down during World Ag Expo in Tulare, Calif., to discuss the challenges and the opportunities for conservation tillage practices to take hold in California’s Central Valley.
Despite differing opinions, Alan Wilcox, of Wilcox Agri-Products and Jeff Mitchell, no-till advocate at University of California–Davis, sat down during World Ag Expo in Tulare, Calif., to discuss the challenges and the opportunities for conservation tillage practices to take hold in California’s Central Valley.
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How We Did It

[Podcast] Conversations with Ag Equipment’s Entrepreneurs: Montag Manufacturing's Anthony Montag

In this episode of the <em>Farm Equipment</em> podcast, &ldquo;How We Did It: Conversations with Ag Equipment&rsquo;s Entrepreneurs&rdquo; brought to you by Ingersoll Tillage, Editor Mike Lessiter travelled to Nebraska to speak with Anthony Montag about how this small family business made the leap from blacksmith style manufacturer to a leader in fertilizer application equipment.
In this episode of the Farm Equipment podcast, “How We Did It: Conversations with Ag Equipment’s Entrepreneurs” brought to you by Ingersoll Tillage, Editor Mike Lessiter travelled to Nebraska to speak with Anthony Montag about how this small family business made the leap from blacksmith style manufacturer to a leader in fertilizer application equipment.
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Case IH Introduces the Nutri-Placer 930 Coulter

Case IH introduced its Nutri-Place 930 coulter at the 2017 National Farm Machinery Show in Louisville. The company said the new coulter is a high speed, low disturbance (HSLD) option that is capable of speeds up to 11 mph allowing operators to over 510 acres in a 12 hour day. According to Dave Long, Case IH Pull-type Fertilizer Applicators Marketing Manager, extensive field tests prove the toolbar’s increased efficiency is matched with superior agronomic performance.
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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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