Most Valuable Dealership Coverage

2017: Southern States Coorperative2016: Hoober Inc. | 2015: Ag Info Tech |

2014: SD Wheat Growers | 2013: Brokaw Supply

Launched in 2013, Precision Farming Dealer's Most Valuable Dealership program annually recognizes the premier dealership and staff selling, servicing and supporting precision farming technology. Chosen by an independent 3-person panel of judges, the winner receives an honorary plaque along with special print and digital coverage in Precision Farming Dealer.

The 2015 recipient of Precision Farming Dealer’s third annual Most Valuable Dealership is Ag Info Tech, based in Mount Vernon, Ohio.

In total, 61 U.S. and Canadian dealerships including large and small farm equipment dealership groups with precision departments, independent precision operations and co-ops were nominated by their farm customers, precision equipment suppliers and their own employees.

We asked an independent panel of judges to evaluate precision farming sales growth and diversity, along with how each nominee is generating revenue from hardware, software and precision service.

The judges also analyzed less quantifiable elements that define the best precision farming dealership, such as employee training, performance standards, innovation, sustainability and community involvement.

We are currently accepting nominations for the 2016 Most Valuable Dealership program.

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Most Valuable Dealership Judging Panel

The challenging job of choosing this year’s Precision Farming Dealer Most Valuable Dealership went to 3 highly experienced individuals that comprised the independent judging panel. This year’s group included Dr. Harold F. Reetz, Jr., owner of Reetz Agronomics LLC, Terry Brase, president of BrASE LLC, and Thomas Krill, precision farming consultant at Precision Strategy LLC. 


Dr. Harold F. Reetz, Jr.
Owner, Reetz Agronomics LLC, Monticello, Ill.

Reetz has nearly 40 years of experience as an agronomic consultant in the areas of high-yield cropping systems, precision farming technology and on-farm research. From 1995-2009, he was the lead organizer for the InfoAg Conference and served as co-coordinator of the International Conference on Precision Agriculture in 2008 and 2010. He currently serves as executive director of the International Society of Precision Agriculture.


Terry Brase
President/Educational Consultant, BrASE LLC, Solon, Iowa

Brase spent 15 years as professor of Agricultural Geospatial Technologies at Kirkwood Community College in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. He is considered one of the leading academic instructors of precision farming techniques and tools for graduates entering into careers as precision specialists at farm equipment dealerships or agronomic retailers. In 2014, he launched BrASE LLC, an educational consulting company designed to assist agriculturists in developing their geospatial technology skills.

KrillThomas Krill
Consultant, Precision Strategy LLC, Pettisville, Ohio

For more than 20 years, Krill has worked in the precision agriculture industry. His diverse roles include collegiate instructor, sales manager and research and development team member for farm equipment manufacturers, and an agronomic consultant. Krill currently serves as a member of the Agriculture Management Team at the Kenn-Feld Group in Ohio and Indiana. He also works as an independent strategist with Precision Strategy LLC, and as a consultant and instructor with Jerkins Creative Consulting. Krill’s expertise is in the practical application of best management practices utilizing precision technology within the agronomic production arena.