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Traditionalists or Change Agents: What Kind of Farm Customers Do You Want?

I was in Houston last week for the annual Joint Convention of the Farm Equipment Manufacturers Assn. and Equipment Marketing & Distribution Assn. The sessions concluded with a panel of 3 farm operators who were brought in to share what their world is like. The farmers candidly answered an array of questions, from right to repair legislation, to what they’re willing do to access equipment not carried by their mainline dealer, to their own investments in farm shops and technicians, and how they approached debt and capital spending.
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Special Report: Transitioning to the Next Generation of Dealers

Learning by Making Mistakes

I came back to the dealership a little over 2 years ago after working for Pace Distributing for 4 years. Working there was the best thing I could have done for myself. It was good to get away from the dealership for a while and, not only work for somebody else, but to learn from somebody else.
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Big Business Ideas Small Businesses Can Copy

Like you, I used to work for the Man. Mostly, I hated working for the Man, but I sure miss the perks – the matching 401(k), having an extra pair of hands around to help with projects. When you work for the Man, there are a lot of great resources at your disposal.
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Learning to Fall Forward

Adaptation and change are inevitable for any farm equipment dealer business and they sometimes result in significant and costly mistakes.
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