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7-3-2020 BiWeekly eNewsletter of the Iowa-Nebraska Equipment Dealers Association
Equipment News


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Register today for the INED & Iowa Legislative Joint Annual Meeting – a morning full of informative conversations and presentations, including:


  1. Review of 2018 Legislative Session
  1. Right to Repair ≠ Right to Tamper update
  2. Guest Speaker: Lisa Gotto, EPA Region 7
  1. 2019 Iowa Legislative Outlook


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Ziegler CAT Breaks Ground on Facility in Willmar, Minn. – Farm Equipment

Ziegler CAT is expanding its footprint in Willmar, MN with a new facility to serve its customers in the agricultural and construction markets. [More]


CLAAS Breaks Ground on New On-Site Training Facility – Ag Equipment Intelligence

Located at the CLAAS of America headquarters in Omaha, the state-of-the-art facility will enhance the training experience for dealer technicians and bring additional training and certification programs to their product specialists, sales and parts staff. [More]


A Year after Tornado, Vermeer Announces New Plant, Expansion – Equipment World

Almost a year after a tornado took out two plants at Vermeer Corporation’s campus in Pella, Iowa, the company announced plans to build a new plant, shop and Eco-Center that will add about 50 percent more space than what existed before the tornado struck. [More]


John Deere Announces New Registered Apprenticeship Program – Deere & Co.

The program will help address a widespread shortage of service technicians, especially in rural areas across the country, by providing dealers with a formalized, on-the-job and technical training plan to help them develop more highly skilled employees. [More]


Doosan Bobcat Opens New Global Collaboration Center – ConstructionEquipmentGuide.com

The center, located in Minneapolis, MN, will house some elements of the company's global functions and provide a central meeting location to allow those teams to work closely to accelerate innovation and collaboration. [More]


Fendt Aiming for 20,000 Tractor Sales in 2020 – Ag Equipment Intelligence

Recovering sales of Fendt-built tractors in the North American market, thanks largely to the introduction of new 400-500 horsepower wheeled models, are expected to get a further shot in the arm with the launch of a new range of 300-415 horsepower models using similar hi-tech features, including a row crop version clearly targeting the Midwest Corn Belt. [More]


AgJunction Moves into Autonomy with Multi-Sensor Vehicle Control Patent – Farm Equipment

Auto-steering company AgJunction announced it has received a notice of allowance from the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office for a patent titled “Integrated Multi-Sensor Control System and Method.” This invention will fuse data from multiple sensors, creating a consistent and detailed understanding of the environment and operations being conducted. [More]


Rantizo Approved for Agricultural Drone Spraying in Iowa – CropLife

Rantizo became the first company in Iowa to be legally authorized to use drones for aerial application of agrichemicals. The first applications will be for fungicide in corn and spreading cover crop seeds to wet areas. [More]



Is It the Right Time for Tesla to Head for Agriculture Sector? – PrecisionAg

The company sees itself quite ahead in developing complicated technologies such as robotics, computer vision, AI and data science; emerging technologies that can play a crucial role in designing robots that can efficiently manage the manual work in farms and fields. [More]


How AI Is Transforming Agriculture – Forbes

Worldwide, agriculture is a $5 trillion industry, and now the industry is turning to AI technologies to help yield healthier crops, control pests, monitor soil and growing conditions, organize data for farmers, help with workload, and improve a wide range of agriculture-related tasks in the entire food supply chain. [More]


Zimbabwe to Buy U.S., Belarus Ag Equipment – Ag Equipment Intelligence

Shipments of more than $100 million worth of ag equipment from Belarus and the U.S. are expected to start arriving in Zimbabwe this month as the South African state aims to improve agricultural efficiency and productivity. [More]


Resilient Farmers Face Flood Aftermath – Successful Farming

One hundred and twenty days after the Missouri River left its banks, Nic Shearer of rural Hamburg, Iowa, is hauling grain and watching his corn grow on the hillside. Those are farm activities that in any other July would seem normal. But not this year. [More]


















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