Precision Farming Dealer
- 11th Annual Precision Awards Program Honors Top North American Dealer
- Precision Revenue Outlook Remains Positive Despite Slight Decline in 2022
- Making Autonomy Affordable, Reliable & Scalable
On demand tissue analysis in the field has arrived. Leaftech Ag recently introduced a handheld digital lab that delivers results in less than 3 minutes.
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33 Tips for Turning Billable Service Into Recurring Precision Revenue
Providing reliable service is a source of pride for dealers, but recouping a reasonable return on their time remains a challenge.
8 Tips for Building Better Dealer-Farmer Precision Partnerships
Three farmers and three precision equipment specialists discuss strategies for anticipating service needs, maximizing sales opportunities and avoiding customer conflict.
20 Employee Training & Retention Tips for Precision Ag Staff
A diverse group of dealers divulge their secrets to motivating new employees, making the most of training opportunities and why an ‘open book’ approach can be a competitive advantage.
On demand tissue analysis in the field has arrived. Leaftech Ag recently introduced a handheld digital lab that delivers results in less than 3 minutes. Agronomists or farmers can stick a leaf in the tool’s scanner bed and see its nutrient contents on the spot. Founder and CEO John Mascoe shows us how it works.
Case IH made its presence felt at the National Farm Machinery Show last month, introducing its new AFS Furrow Command technology suite, which includes downforce automation. Case IH seeding marketing manager Trent Nowosad says AFS Furrow Command downforce automation will take down-pressure settings on their Precision Disk Air drills to the next level.
The Technology Corner crew is on the road this week, checking in from the National Farm Machinery Show in Louisville, Ky. We got our first look at several new products, including Trimble’s new advanced path planning technology.
Ag-focused Digital Innovation Hubs are just one way Europe is positioning to become a center of agricultural robotic technology. European Union funded projects, such as agROBOfood — a robust consortium of research entities and businesses — are creating collaborative spaces and providing capital to help technology developers apply robotics to the unique challenges of automating agriculture.
Recruiting and preparing the next generation of precision farming professionals is no simple task. Precision farming experts Calvin Knotts, Redline Equipment, Archbold, Ohio, and Karl Huebner, Hutson, Inc., Mayfield, Ky., share their tips and tricks for finding those up-and-coming precision farming professionals in their midst.
Tim Norris has learned through experience that one of the best ways to generate employee buy-in and maintain high levels of staff motivation is by cultivating a shared vision.
Apple CarPlay is just the tip of the iceberg. Is it inevitable that a major software developer or agricultural OEM will create a CarPlay-like experience for the tractor cab?
We have a lack of gamification in agriculture that could drive dopamine hits and a competitive urge to engage.
In today’s episode of the Precision Farming Dealer podcast, we go 1-on-1 with Dana Dahms, precision farming associate product marketing manager for CNH Industrial.
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