United Ag & Turf, a 31 location John Deere dealership, headquartered in Bryan, Texas has completed the acquisition of Fish & Still Equipment, a John Deere Dealership, with locations in Nacogdoches, Marshall, Henderson, Crockett, and Lufkin, Texas.
Ag-Pro is excited to announce the acquisition of Findlay Implement Company on March 16, 2022. Findlay Implement Company ("FIC") was founded in 1972 and operated 8 John Deere dealership locations across Northwest Ohio.
Florida-based Everglades Equipment Group, the largest John Deere dealer in the state, has expanded its presence into Miami-Dade County with a store location in Homestead. The move will bring a new level of customer service and equipment excellence to the area.
Tellus Equipment Solution, one of the largest John Deere agriculture and turf dealers in North America with 21 locations in Central and South Texas, announced the promotion of Jeff Donaldson to Chief Executive Officer, effective March 1, 2021.
Construction began August 20 on a new Koenig Equipment facility in Franklin, Ind. The full-service John Deere agriculture, lawn & garden, and compact construction dealership will be relocating from its current facility on Earlywood Drive.
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In this episode of On the Record, the latest Dealer Sentiments Report shows that dealers inventories of both new and used equipment are improving despite being too low. In the Technology Corner Noah Newman talks with Verdant Robotics plans to scale its fleet. Also in this episode, Titan Machinery reports record results for the third quarter of fiscal year 2023 and Farm Credit Canada forecasts tight machinery inventories well into 2024.