Braveheart Resources announced that Peter A. Lacey, ICD.D has agreed to join the Board as an Independent Director of the Company. Brian Murray, one of the co-founders of Braveheart and its longest standing Director has notified the Company of his intention to retire.
In this podcast, we report on Cervus Equipment's record second quarter earnings as well as the dealership's announcement that it has agreed to be acquired by Brandt Tractor. In the Technology Corner, Michaela Paukner discusses Purdue University's new precision ag course for high school teachers. Also in this episode: AGCO CEO Eric Hansotia says they are positioning Challenger as a "track tractor" brand, dealer optimism drops amid inventory challenges and Deere's third quarter earnings report.
Cervus delivered $15 million in adjusted income before tax, a record for the second quarter and a significant increase of $7 million or 84%, compared to $8 million generated in the same period last year.
Cervus Equipment will be combining its Red Deer and Olds John Deere dealership locations into a new 44,000 square foot facility that will be built near Penhold, Alta. The new facility is anticipated to be in service in early 2022.
Cervus Equipment Corporation has announced the appointment of Catie Busch as Chief Financial Officer effective April 1, 2021, having previously served as the Company’s Senior Director of Finance and Public Markets.
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In this episode of On the Record we take a look at the how dealer optimism has continued to fall, hitting a near record low, in May. In the Technology Corner Michaela Paukner follows up her last segment with a look at AGCO’s tech stack. We also discuss the California’s Occupational Safety & Health Standards Board’s rejection of a petition to amend a 70s era regulation limiting autonomous equipment. Also in this episode a look at Kubota’s dealer development plans and the full-line and tractor manufacturer results of EDA’s dealer manufacturer relations report.