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[Podcast] Is Titan Ready to Pick Up Acquisition Activity Again?

In this podcast, we discuss Titan Machinery’s renewed focus on acquisitions in the U.S., one annalist’s take on how Blue River Technology could redefine farmer input costs, a double-digit drop in farmer sentiment and mixed results in large ag equipment sales during May. In the Technology Corner, we take a look at how dealers are shifting the way they bill service support.
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On the Record

Is Titan Ready to Pick Up Acquisition Activity Again?

The latest episode of On the Record is now available! In this week’s episode we discuss Titan Machinery’s renewed focus on acquisitions in the U.S., one annalist’s take on how Blue River Technology could redefine farmer input costs, a double-digit drop in farmer sentiment and mixed results in large ag equipment sales during May. In the Technology Corner, we take a look at how dealers are shifting the way they bill service support.
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Ohio Ag Equipment Agrees to Acquire North Central Ag

Ohio Ag Equipment announces its intent to acquire the Huron County AGCO dealer, North Central Ag, LLC, on the target date of June 22, 2019. The acquisition of North Central Ag will strengthen Ohio Ag Equipment’s ability to service the ag industry by providing customers in north central Ohio with an exceptional line of equipment and product support.
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Ohio Ag Equipment Acquires Jelloway Valley Equipment

According to a published report in Ohio Ag Net/Country Journal, Ohio Ag Equipment, a division of Ohio CAT and an authorized AGCO and CLAAS dealer for the state of Ohio, is acquiring a Knox County AGCO dealer, Jelloway Valley Equipment, effective January 2, 2015.
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