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Conversations with Ag Equipment's Entrepreneurs

Vermeer Manufacturing on Round Balers and Revolutionizing an Industry

In this interview, Mike Lessiter, Editor/Publisher of Farm Equipment, takes the rare opportunity to interview four ag executives — spanning two generations — from Vermeer Manufacturing. Sitting around the founder’s family table in Pella, Iowa, the group shares the story of how the invention of the round baler lead to their present-day international operation.
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Lars Paulsson
Conversations with Ag Equipment's Entrepreneurs

Lars Paulsson on Laforge Systems Innovations and History

In this interview, Mike Lessiter sits down with Lars Paulsson from Laforge Systems, the North American presence of the company that he cofounded in 1991 with Laforge owner and inventor Hubert DeFrancq of France. The two go way back, and jokes abound, but so does insight on the company that supplies the hitches you see on the fronts of tractors today.
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Dahl
Conversations with Ag Equipment's Entrepreneurs

Doing Business with Amity

Howard Dahl of Amity Technology shares stories of innovation, business, exports, family and life lessons.
Howard Dahl of Amity Technology shares stories of innovation, business, exports, family and life lessons.
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Danuser
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Danuser Machine Duo Discusses Generations of Business Success

Janea and Glenn Danuser give details about the family history and present-day operations that make up Danuser Machine Company as the fourth generation to produce OEM parts, attachments and more in Fulton, Mo., and distribute worldwide.
Janea and Glenn Danuser give details about the family history and present-day operations that make up Danuser Machine Company as the fourth generation to produce OEM parts, attachments and more in Fulton, Mo., and distribute worldwide.
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McConnell
Conversations with Ag Equipment’s Entrepreneurs

Art's Way Manufacturing: Riding a Changing Business Since 1956

Ward and Marc McConnell of Armstrong, Iowa, based shortline manufacturer Art's Way Manufacturing explore the company's origins and their differing leadership styles.
The McConnells talk about how they serve livestock industries through their company, which has grown to require 150 employees across three facilities and makes more than 20 million dollars in annual revenues. 
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