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One of the phrases often used by precision dealers to sum up their business plan for technology support is a move from “free to fee.”

For many dealers, those 3 words represent a significant shift in how they’ve historically handled precision service. While farm customers are used to paying for mechanical repairs on a tractor or combine, attaching an hourly charge to calibrate a yield monitor or troubleshoot a down GPS signal has been a much harder sell.

More than 61% of respondents to the 2016 Precision Farming Dealer benchmark study said that starting to bill for precision services is a priority for growing revenue in the coming year.

But there is momentum for changing the mindset of farm customers, and finding the right combination of services and salesmanship is a how Jason Pennycook, precision specialist with Johnson Tractor, is having success packaging precision support plans as a recurring revenue source.

In today’s Precision Farming Dealer podcast, brought to you by Farmers Edge, Jason shares his experience-based insight for developing a profitable precision service plan to include pricing, training and renewals.

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