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Description:Crop Progress Report Shows Soybean Blooming Remains Ahead of Last Year s Progress According to the latest USDA Crop Progress report, the percentage of corn silking and, to a larger degree, soybean blooming progress remains well ahead of where it was last year. Farm Progress Show Husker Harvest Days Cancelled for 2020 Farm Progress confirmed both shows have been cancelled due to changing conditions related to the COVID-19 pandemic. In a statement, it was said the cancellations are "in the best interest of our visitors, exhibitors, partners and staff." Briggs Stratton to Move Wisconsin Production to New York According to a report from the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, Briggs & Stratton plans to move some production from its Wauwatosa, Wis., facility to New York by the end of August. This includes production of its lawn tractor and residential zero-turn mower. Free Newsletters Join our community for unlimited access to the latest tips, news and information. E-Watch Daily Thousands of dealers rely on Farm Equipment's E-Watch Daily to start their day informed with the latest industry news. As important to them as their first cup of coffee! On the Record On the Record is a twice-a-month web broadcast that brings you the types of insights and analysis you've come to expect from the editors of Ag Equipment Intelligence. Weekly Digest The Weekly Digest is delivered every Sunday from Farm Equipment editors to provide you with important industry news and popular farm equipment content from the past week.[Podcast] Are We Headed for a Recession?In this episode, host Casey Seymour of Moving Iron LLC 21st Century Equipment sits down with Rich Posson, an analyst with Ag Financial to talk about the global ag economy including China, Brazil and Europe and what that. could mean for business here in the U.S.More Podcasts Events Equipment Manufacturers Teams with National Agri-Marketing Association to help Small Companies Survive and Thrive Date: 08/10/20 Location: Kansas City, MO 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. View EventMore Events Neil Dahlstrom s Journey as John Deere HistorianIn this short video clip, Manager of History & Corporate Archives Neil Dahlstrom shares his personal path into the unique role that he serves in helping to preserve the history of John Deere, and assisting others in putting it into context.Early Decisions Made Not Made in Deere’s HistoryIn this quick-hit video interview, Neil Dahlstrom, Manager of History & Corporate Archives at John Deere, explains a view of the world of John Deere in the 19th and early 20th centuries, and decisions made, or not made, that set the manufacturer up for success long-term.Why the Next Generation of Farmers Looks Less Brand LoyalI had an opportunity to sit down last month with Shawn Skaggs, CEO of Livingston Machinery, a 4-store AGCO dealership in Texas and Oklahoma. We talked about brand loyalty and how it has changed in recent years. One thing Skaggs honed in on was the changing dynamics of brand loyalty as a new, younger generation of farmers begins coming into the dealership.Farm Equipment Thought Leader Series: Greg MartinelliThis episode of Farm Equipment's Thought Leader Series features Greg Martinelli, who is a speaker, trainer and coach with Ag Sales Professional. In this 19-minute video, Martinelli shares his tips for farm equipment dealership sales teams to build their skill set and the importance of understanding the different personality profiles out there and how that impacts how people react to different situations. View More How to Improve Drive Comfort Reduce Road Lope in Sprayer Applications? With the high center of gravity of high clearance sprayers, operators tend to feel more roll and sway of the vehicle compared to a tractor. This feeling is amplified when narrow tires are installed and the vehicle is transported down the road with half a tank of liquid. How Dealers Can Adapt to a New Mindset and Expanded Practices Around Safety While safety has always been the number one priority for equipment dealerships, it has taken on a lot of new characteristics throughout these past few months. Safety is now a much more encompassing idea and successfully implementing safety measures has never been more urgent. What OEM Programs Would Help Most in Challenging Times? Some manufacturers are ready to go further into their margins to help dealers successfully sell product in this challenging time. If asked by your suppliers for input on how to make 100% of that investment count for your business, how specifically would you ask them to direct such a program? Industry Q A: How Has Your Dealership Given Back to the Community During the Coronavirus Crisis? Dealers share how their businesses have pitched in to help their communities — and employees — during these uncertain times because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Ahead of the Curve: Russians Launch Smart Combines It’s a summer of testing and experimentation across a broad area of Russian farmland. This season major players in the nation’s agricultural industry are field-testing harvest automation based on combines equipped with artificial intelligence and on-board monitors. Leadership Lessons: Good to Great Dealership Flywheel – Leveraging Technology Assessing Technology as a Force Multiplier Technology is a “Force Multiplier” for your dealership. The force multiplier concept comes from the military but to explain it simply, think of a hammer. A hammer amplifies your effort to produce more output. Recovering from the Shock With 2020 not pulling any punches, I was ready for some good news. So, it was refreshing to look at the results of Ag Equipment Intelligence’s latest Dealer Sentiments & Business Conditions survey when they came across my desk last week. Old Equipment New Technology It wasn’t that long ago when we were talking about U.S. farm equipment being younger than it had been in decades. With the ag boom of 2010-14, farm tractors were literally flying off the shelves. North American sales of high horsepower equipment peaked at a little over 50,000 units in 2013.Claas and LoneStar Announce New Location in North TexasRead More From This SeriesDealers on the Move is the latest news on dealer growth, including acquisitions, consolidations and new locations. It is brought to you by K Coe Isom.Get ready for growth! Take a deep dive into financials, project ahead, benchmark against the industry, and get tools to make sound decisions that strengthen your operations and position your dealership for long-term success. Learn more...[Video] Early Decisions Made Not Made in Deere s HistoryIn this quick-hit video interview,Neil Dahlstrom, Manager of History Corporate Archives at John Deere, explains a view of the world of John Deere in the 19thand early 20thcenturies, and decisions made, or not made, that set the manufacturer up for success long-term. Watch Now More from this seriesFarm Equipment s Deere Historical Perspective series is brought to you by Osmundson. Yetter Mfg Co Built on 90 years of expertise, Yetter Farm Equipment leads the agriculture industry in designing effective and innovative equipment for residue management, seedbed preparation, precision fertilizer placement, harvest attachments, strip-tillage, and more. At Montag Mfg., we specialize in fertilizer equipment. Our complete fertilizer application system will help you start reaping the benefits of deep band fertilizer. Machinery Scope Machinery Scope offers premier risk management tools for farm equipment. We provide timely, personalized, and flexible solutions to protect more farm equipment investments than anyone in the industry. We add value and peace of mind when you are buying, selling, or managing your farm equipment by offering extended warranty plans.[Video] Scott ShearerThis episode of Farm Equipment s Thought Leader video series, Dr. Scott Shearer, Professor and Chair, Department of Food, Agricultural and Biological Engineering at Ohio State University shares how he and his peers have evolved their approach to ensure ag students continue their education, largely online, as well as the potential of adopting permanent changes to the academic calendar based on the lessons learned during the coronavirus pandemic. Watch Now More from this Series Snow Removal Product Spotlight 2020 Check out the latest snow removal product from one of the industry’s leading suppliers. Zero-Turn Mowers Product Roundup 2020 Check out the latest zero-turn mowers from some of the industry's leading suppliers. Ditchers Water Management Product Roundup 2020 Check out the latest in ditchers and water management from some of the industry's leading suppliers. Big Shortline Report: A Listing of Specialty Ag Equipment Manufacturers (PFD) This first-of-its-kind report, "The Big Shortline Report: A Listing of Specialty Ag Equipment Manufacturers" is the result of an exhaustive 2-year project by Ag Equipment Intelligence editors to aggregate the key business metrics of more than 120 shortline equipment manufacturers throughout the U.S. How New Equipment Technologies are Reshaping Farming For decades, farmers equated machine control with having two hands on the steering wheel, navigating their field on instinct and tradition. But the next generation of machine automation is imminent, offering the ag industry promising, yet unproven opportunities. Brand Loyalty in the Farm Equipment Business (PDF) Every three years since 2011,Ag Equipment Intelligenceeditors have extensively surveyed farmers across 12 states encompassing the Corn Belt (Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Ohio, Missouri), Lake States (Michigan, Minnesota, Wisconsin) and Northern Plains (Kansas, Nebraska, North Dakota, South Dakota) regions of the U.S. to gauge the level of loyalty they hold toward equipment.The culmination of a nearly a decade-long study,Ag Equipment Intelligencehas now combined this extensive primary research into an insightful, comprehensive and unique dealership management report, Brand Loyalty in the Farm Equipment Business. Since 2009, the editors of Ag Equipment Intelligence in collaboration with the Machinery Advisors Consortium have compiled the annual Big Dealer Report to provide the ag equipment industry with a thorough, by-the-numbers analysis into the shifts in dealer ownership, along with insight into the implications these shifts have on the industry.It s the most detailed source of information on ownership changes and consolidation trends of North America s largest farm equipment dealers.
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