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[Podcast] Conversations with Ag Equipment’s Entrepreneurs: Laforge System’s Lars Paulsson

In this episode of the podcast, “How We Did It: Conversations with Ag Equipment's Entrepreneurs” (sponsored by Osmundson Manufacturing), Editor/Publisher Mike Lessiter sits with Lars Paulsson, co-founder of Laforge’s North American operations.
In this episode of the podcast, “How We Did It: Conversations with Ag Equipment’s Entrepreneurs,” sponsored by Osmundson Manufacturing, Editor/Publisher Mike Lessiter sits with Lars Paulsson, co-founder of Laforge’s North American operations.
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Our Dealer Story: Fennig Equipment

What started off with selling a pallet of twine to a farmer has turned into a successful shortline dealership that carries 9 different lines. The Fennigs sat down to talk during the Precision Farming Dealer Summit to share the origin of how the dealership evolved from that initial pallet of twine and what their vision for the future is.
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Precision Farming Dealer Summit 2019 Recap

Add Depth Through Recruiting, Retention & Advancement

Once you find a precision farming technician with some potential, set a clear on-boarding plan and career path to increase the likelihood of retaining a long-term employee.
Finding good employees — and retaining them — is a challenge for all farm equipment dealership departments, but it is particularly challenging for the precision farming department where burnout rates are high.
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Precision Farming Dealer Summit 2019 Recap

Banking on Billable Service for Sustainable Precision Profit

Strong customer relationships – essential for sustainable growth in the farm equipment business – are especially critical for dealers looking to grow in the fast-paced precision farming business.
There are profits to be made for dealers who sell and service the ever-changing mix of precision farming goods and services.
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[Technology Corner] Top Takeaways from the 2019 Precision Farming Dealer Summit

One of the most talked-about sessions looked at creating a culture of advancement and growth within a precision dealership. Skip Klinefelter, owner of Linco-Precision in El Paso, Ill., noted during his opening general session that success and survival of precision dealers will require continuous collaboration and internal problem-solving — both of which are cornerstones of stability.
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Diverse Dealers Gather for Proven Business Blueprints

A diverse group of nearly 200 attendees gathered in St. Louis for the second Precision Farming Dealer Summit, which focused on delivering proven practices to help dealers improve and evolve their precision business.

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