Ingersoll Tillage, a supplier of blades and coulters to the global farm equipment industry, is sponsoring the first-ever Ag Equipment Intelligence (AEI) webinar, the first in a 2018 webinar series from AEI editors.
With few exceptions, global tractor and combine sales show little sign of picking up in the near term. While USDA’s May 10 report offered some optimistic news on crop surpluses, especially for soybeans, it remains to be seen whether or not the uptick in crop prices will hold.
With nearly 3,000 companies including global giants and ambitious start-ups present at the recent Agritechnica show in Germany, there were plenty of innovations to attract the attention of serious investors or curious competitors.
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In this episode, we take a preliminary look at Ag Equipment Intelligence’s 2023 Dealer Busienss Outlook & Trends Report. In the Technology Corner, Noah Newman takes a look Amvac’s SIMPAS System. Also in this episode, dealers find creative ways to fix and update customer equipment in the midst of supply chain slowdowns and Ben Thorpe shares an interview with 360 Yield Center’s Gregg Sauder on why dealers should be doing more with agronomy.