5 important equipment trends for dealers in 2021 [Webinar]

We are in a once-in-a-career bull market and your price prediction and used equipment strategy may be more important than ever. Iron Comps, with its real-time access to over 100,000 auction values ​​representing over 70% of the entire agricultural auction market, will uncover the most important strategic price trends buried in the data. Save this time on your calendar to give your assessment team the upper hand for the rest of this dynamic marketing year.

In this webinar, you will be:

  • Find out about the latest prices and hourly trends for high-value tractors and combines.
  • Witness the trend of using machines at low hours, which have become even rarer in this market.
  • Find out how the past two tough years have affected your ideal farm customers, and how your marketing may need to adapt to keep up with their changing business.
  • Discover an early indicator of how some farmers are changing the way they use and buy large machinery.

This FREE webinar is brought to you by Agricultural equipment magazine and Iron Comps.

When: May 26 at 2 p.m. Central Time
Click here to register for free.

Email Kim Schmidt at Agricultural equipment for any questions about the webinar.


About the speaker

Andy Campbell is the Marketing Director of Iron Comps. Throughout his career with Fortune 500 companies, midsize companies, and start-ups, Andy has focused on combining data, culture and education to create business models of profitable and process-driven growth. Growing up and continuing to be involved in operating his family farm in northern Iowa, Andy combines this agricultural understanding with his work experiences and his engineering and MBA degrees from the University of Iowa to bring the rich and deep data of Tractor Zoom to life. Customers of Iron Comps.

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