Precision Farming Sales & Service

Precision Farming Sales & Service

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2018 Dealership of the Year: Reynolds Farm Equipment

Empowering Employees to Improve the Business

CFO Mitch Frazier and Owner Gary Reynolds of Reynolds Farm Equipment (Farm Equipment’s 2018 Dealership of the Year) share insights on how empowering employees can improve your business outcomes. At their dealership, employees are encouraged to bring in new ideas that are actually taken seriously. The results are happier employees and better sales.
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2018 Dealership of the Year: Greenland Equipment

New Interest in the Growing Field of RTK Networking

Arther Lepp, General Manager of Greenland Equipment (Farm Equipment’s 2018 Dealership of the Year), talks about opportunities for growth in integrated solutions and RTK networks and how the dealership has partnered with other dealers. Greenland has found that this technology integrates well with services they already provide, giving their customers more options.
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Conversations in Ag

Leveraging Business Systems in Ag

Anne Salemo, CEO and president of Charter Software based in Littleton, Colo., sits down with Mike Prengler, director of operations for HBS Systems in Richardson, Texas. Working closely with their own networks of dealers and OEMs, the two share thoughts on business management systems and what they believe these systems will be doing for dealers in the near future.
Anne Salemo, CEO and president of Charter Software based in Littleton, Colo., sits down with Mike Prengler, director of operations for HBS Systems in Richardson, Texas. Working closely with their own networks of dealers and OEMs, the two share thoughts on business management systems and what they believe these systems will be doing for dealers in the near future.
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Conversations in Ag

Solving the Precision Gap

Agronomy and engineering play critical roles the in development and application of precision practices. But the two areas don’t always intersect in convenient or compatible ways. At this year’s Agricultural Equipment Technology Conference in Louisville, soil scientist Joshua McGrath and precision ag engineer Joe Luck dissected the advancements and imperfections of the current state of ag technology to include some of the missing pieces.
Agronomy and engineering play critical roles the in development and application of precision practices. But the two areas don’t always intersect in convenient or compatible ways. At this year’s Agricultural Equipment Technology Conference in Louisville, soil scientist Joshua McGrath and precision ag engineer Joe Luck dissected the advancements and imperfections of the current state of ag technology to include some of the missing pieces.
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