The state of Louisiana recently passed an amendment to existing dealer protection statutes aimed at strengthening dealers’ positions when it comes to incentive bonuses and “coerced” stocking of parts and equipment.
Results of its first quarter 2019 survey of ag bankers indicated that prices were “generally weak, particularly for cotton, although livestock prices were more mixed.” At the same time, demand for agricultural loans overall declined for a 14th consecutive quarter.
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In this episode of On The Record, we examine Deere’s Population of 20-Store Dealers On the Rise. In the Technology Corner, we take a look at Carbon Robotics Developing New “Thinning” Function for LaserWeeder. Also in this episode: AGCO & Kubota Sign Right to Repair MOUs, Deere Reports Rising Large Ag Price Realization - Lower Production Costs and Dealers’ Most Pressing Concerns.