John deere dealer consolidating
Other than that everything here it seems is RDO owned JD dealers and Titan owned Case IH/NH. When there is only one chain owning all of the stores within a 100 mile distance there is ZERO competition. they have 3 stores and they were m ADE to update there stores and combine the 3 separate dealers they were independent owned buy brothers they are the best dealer in this part of the country and have as many parts or more on the shelves than the big dealers and they are the lowest price Well first off we should be complaining to the actual company that is pushing this. Second there are price fixing laws in place for other business that should apply to the farm equipment world.
It went to no parts on hand for any older equipment and poor service.
Small tools production was just a start; the item that set him apart was the self-scouring steel plow, which was pioneered in 1837 when John Deere fashioned a Scottish steel saw blade into a plow.
Prior to Deere's steel plow, most farmers used iron or wooden plows to which the rich Midwestern soil stuck, so had to be cleaned frequently.
Over in eastern Pennsylvania there has been a lot of consolidation of dealerships in the last 10 years.
Ag-Industrial has absorbed several smaller New Holland dealers, and Binkley & Hurst has absorbed several AGCO dealerships of various ancestry, while Deer Country and Atlantic Tractor have been consolidating the small JD dealerships.a few days a guy i am acquainted with told me the last small john deere (only 1 dealership) had sold the business to a dealer that owns 25 or 30 other jd dealership in il and southren wi.