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Inaugural Farm Equipment Hall of Fame Class of 2024: Earl Livingston, Livingston Machinery (Parallel Ag)

Livingston Machinery (Parallel Ag) Chickasha, Oklahoma Primary Lines: AGCO, Claas, Apache, Kinze, Duolift, H&S Equipment, Lemken, RhinoAg, RoGator, Vermeer Locations: 13
Earl Livingston became known as “Big Baler Man” because of his pioneering work in introducing big hay balers to Southwestern U.S. farmers. This, along with his commitment to around-the-clock servicing of those 24 hour a day farmers, earned him that title and the loyalty of farmers across 15 states.
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Celebrating the Innovations of Independent Farm Equipment Manufacturers: Roy Applequist

With a curious mind & a wood-carved model, the founder of Great Plains Mfg. built a manufacturing empire for ag implements that would eventually help Kubota fast-track its entry into production ag
The quiet, unassuming Roy Applequist, founder of Great Plains, was the subject of many Farm Equipment interviews since Lessiter Media acquired the magazine in 2004.
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Joint Boards Vote to Move Forward with Dealer Association Merger

The joint boards of SouthWestern Association (SWA) and Canada West Equipment Dealers Association (CWEDA) recently voted to move forward with a merger of these two associations to form the new Western Equipment Dealers Association (WEDA). This action was the first step toward a merger, which requires a vote by dealer members of each association to be completed this summer.
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AGCO Parts Expands Kansas City Facility to Keep Customers in the Field

AGCO, Your Agriculture Company (NYSE: AGCO), a worldwide manufacturer and distributor of agricultural equipment, announces the expansion of its current Kansas City, Mo., AGCO Parts facility to a full-service parts distribution center (PDC). The facility, located in Independence, Mo., covers 900,000 square feet and now includes $100 million of parts inventory, an increase of nearly 40 percent.
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