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[Podcast] Exploring the Benefits of Precision Peer Group

In this episode of the Precision Farming Dealer podcast, we're joined by three members of the peer group, formed from about a dozen precision farming managers, who'll share their top takeaways from being a part of the group and how it’s directly benefited their precision business.
In this episode of the Precision Farming Dealer podcast, 3 members of a precision dealer peer group share their top takeaways from being a part of the group and how it’s directly benefited their precision business.
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[Podcast] Getting to Know Your Market for Data Management Service

In this episode of the Precision Farming Dealer podcast, brought to you by Farmers Edge, we welcome Phil Moskal, integrated solutions manager with Mid-State Equipment based in Janesville, Wis., to share his trial and error approach to developing a profitable data management service platform for farm customers.
In this episode of the Precision Farming Dealer podcast, brought to you by Farmers Edge, we welcome Phil Moskal, integrated solutions manager with Mid-State Equipment based in Janesville, Wis., to share his trial and error approach to developing a profitable data management service platform for farm customers.
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Bridging the Precision Gap — Part 2

Measuring & Meeting Customer Demand for Agronomic Services

Dealers developing recurring precision services discuss strategies for exploring the local market and pricing packages to increase profit.
When a dealership starts shifting its precision focus from hardware toward data management and agronomics, a few important questions leap out. How are these services profitably priced? What specific services are in demand among local customers? Once established, what’s the path for growth?
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2016 Outlook on Selling Precision: Opportunities Despite Commodity Concerns

Three precision farming specialists share their perspective on the coming year’s business prospects, amid declining farm machinery sales.

Many dealerships’ precision departments felt a sales pinch in 2015. Although most precision specialists aren’t expecting a big market uptick anytime soon, they’re making plans to be leaner and more effective in 2016 despite continuing market pressures.


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