As with any relationship, you must invest time and effort to build a rapport with your landlord. When discussing price, consider your landlord’s point of view and base the conversation around facts, says Chris Barron, director of operations and president of Carson and Barron Farms Inc., in Ro [...]
It still surprises folks when I say there continues to be solid to strong buyer demand for high-horsepower used tractors in good condition. They wonder how that’s possible when commodity prices are low and profits are hard to find. Numbers don’t lie, and I continue to see this trend ref [...]
Whether you’re a fleet owner or a farmer, there are many important decisions to make for your business and operation. Which fuel to use may not always be top of mind, but switching to a premium diesel can increase overall efficiency and equipment longevity. Below are the top five benefits of using a [...]
As I sat in a board room in Minneapolis, I used a break in my meeting to check the moisture of the soil on my farm in New Zealand. I didn’t walk into a field and dig a hole or stick a meter into the dirt. Instead, I pulled out my phone, looked at its screen, and saw what my sensors were saying.