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No-tillers rely on precision farming specialists at all hours of the day and night to keep operations running, especially during the critical planting and harvesting times of the year. To help shine a light on these hard-working and oftentimes overlooked individuals, Farm Equipment, a sister publication of No-Till Farmer, is launching the first-ever Precision Specialist Week.
The 1st Annual Precision Specialist Week, celebrated Aug. 13-19, 2023, gives no-tillers, and farm equipment dealers and manufacturers, the opportunity to appreciate the hard work and dedication of the experts involved in making today’s precision farming systems operate efficiently.
Ahead of the celebration, no-tillers are invited to nominate a local precision farming specialist who goes above and beyond to keep operations running. Share stories about how this person provides you with critical support at Farm-Equipment.com/PSWeek.
All submissions will be shared on Farm-Equipment.com and PrecisionFarmingDealer.com during Precision Specialist Week in August and further celebrated at the 2024 Precision Farming Dealer Summit in Indianapolis, Ind., in January ahead of the National No-Tillage Conference.
EQUIPMENT EXPENSES. No-tillers’ equipment purchase expenses have increased 14.6% over the past decade — from $70,900 in 2012 to $81,269 in 2021. Equipment purchase costs peaked at $87,921 in 2013 following several years of high commodity prices before declining to a low of $36,257 in 2016. Source: No-Till Farming Market in the U.S.: A 10-Year Study into the Practice & Trends, Ag Equipment Intelligence, March 2023