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[Technology Corner] Dealers Optimistic on Precision Farming Revenue Growth

The results of the ninth annual Precision Farming Dealer benchmark study — with contributions from dozens of farm equipment dealers, input retailers and independent precision companies — show that nearly three-fourths of dealers are forecasting revenue growth from precision to be up at least 2% in 2021, despite inventory challenges.
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[Podcast] Assessing the Risk of Cyber Attacks

In today&rsquo;s <em>Precision Farming Dealer</em> podcast, we assembled 3 experts for a roundtable discussion on the realities of cyber threats (and it’s not just a big dealer problem), the importance of aligning what’s most valuable with where you are most vulnerable and implementing an action plan for protection.
In today’s Precision Farming Dealer podcast, we assembled 3 experts for a roundtable discussion on the realities of cyber threats (and it’s not just a big dealer problem), the importance of aligning what’s most valuable with where you are most vulnerable and implementing an action plan for protection.
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Precision Farming Dealer Summit 2021 Recap

Manage the Minutia of a Precision Business to Achieve Measurable Growth

Whether rethinking precision priorities and protocols or setting definable performance goals, starting small, but thinking big is essential to expansion.

Paperwork, procedures and performance measurements may be considered necessary evils in the day-to-day workflow of a precision business, but done right, they provide invaluable insights into how to improve operational efficiency in a relationship-driven industry.


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Prioritizing Soil Health to Protect Profitability for Generations to Come

The Crave family sees soil health as a key to reducing inputs, machinery costs, and creating more value-added products for long-term success and sustainability.
Since the founding of the multigenerational Crave Brothers Farm in Waterloo, Wis., in 1980, they’ve adopted sustainable farming practices, added a cheese factory to increase the value of their milk, and operate a manure digester that generates enough electricity to power their operation and 300 neighboring homes, making them a carbon-negative company.
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