Among the highlights of the 2016 Precision Farming Dealer Summit held at the beginning of January in Indianapolis, Ind., were the 10 dealer roundtable sessions that offered face-to-face opportunities for dealers to ask their peers questions, discuss challenges and share solutions to pressing precision problems.
The Precision Farming Dealer editorial staff sat in on these discussions and brought back the top takeaways and insights from dealers on topics ranging from the practical use of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles, to successful approaches for selling used hardware.
Read full coverage of the Precision Farming Dealer Summit presentations, from how to recruit and retain precision employees, to developing a standalone precision business, to managing customers’ data, to come in the March 2016 issue of Farm Equipment.
Some of the biggest challenges dealers face when planning and executing a successful precision ag field day are scheduling around farmers’ busy seasons and differentiating between a field day and customer appreciation day.
Managing precision workflow can also be described as the shouldering of the burden across multiple departments. It's no small matter in a world of pressure, burnout and round-the-clock on-call service during peak times of the year.
Confusion over the current and future role of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) in the ag industry persists and many dealers at this roundtable discussion struggled to see how this technology fits in their product mix.
The fifth installment of Farm Equipment’s Dealership Minds series, 9 staff members traveled to Kentucky to experience first-hand how a successful dealership — H&R Agri-Power — headquartered in the No. 1 ag county in Kentucky operates.
Expanding on Roy Applequist’s original first folding drill, Great Plains introduces the BD7600 Series of min-till folding box drills. The the drill features an all-new feeder cup assembly, which meters by changing the meter wheel rpm.
The Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM) and the National Agri-Marketing Association (NAMA) are coming together during NAMA’s 2020 Agri-Marketing Conference with a pre-conference workshop with content targeted specifically for these types of organizations.
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