Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Will you really work on any brand of equipment?
A: We try to work on all makes and models of equipment. Any color tractor and any color implement is fair game with respect to precision ag equipment.
Q: What if I already own precision displays and GPS equipment that I purchased from another dealer, will you service that as well?
A: Yes! Even if you purchased the equipment from another dealer we will do our best to provide service.
Q. You sell Ag Leader as one of your primary brands. Are you simply going to try to sell me an Ag Leader system?
A. We may suggest Ag Leader as one possible solution, however we may suggest other systems as well. We realize that every farming operation is unique, and therefore one precision ag supplier may not be the solution for everyone.
Q: My tractor dealer said I need to purchase all of my equipment from them. Are they correct?
A. Sometimes, purchasing OEM equipment from your implement dealer may be the only option, however often there may be several other options that your dealer might not suggest. Our goal is to provide you with several options that make sense for your specific operation, not simply one solution.
Q. I just spent $XXXX last year on a brand new display and autosteer system. I traded implements this year, and now my dealer claims my one year old equipment won't work with my new implement. What should I do?
A: It is possible that your one year old display won't work with your new implement. If this is the case, we can work with you to find a solution that will work with your new implement (as well as your old implements).
Q. This technology stuff is really expensive. I want to use it, but i'm not sure how to justify spending all that money.
A. Technology can be expensive yes, however when you think about your entire operation and all the passes you make across a field (tillage, fertilizing, planting, spraying, harvesting), the final cost per acre may not be as much as you think. Additionally, if you invest in a system that you can grow into and use for several years, the overall cost may be less than first realized. Also, when thinking about associated costs of technology, don't focus on the initial expense, but rather how much money you can save (by not over apply product or overlapping during tillage) and how much more money you can make through increased yields.