Even in a challenging ag economy, dealerships are looking for opportunities which can strengthen the business for the future. Acquisitions and consolidation have long been a part of the farm equipment industry. But collaborations and partnerships, especially on the precision farming side, could be key in further developing this side of the business for dealers.
The campus in Manhattan, Kan., will promote collaboration and engagement with students and faculty, boost the company's research capacity as it develops new products, and solidify connections with producers through K-State Research and Extension.
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In this episode of On the Record, New Holland Agriculture President Carlo Lambro talks about the future of the company's North America network. In the Technology Corner, Noah Newman takes a look at the recently award-winning One Smart Spray system.