Kickin’ Tires — Ep. 4: Bleary-Eyed Bern Wraps Up the US Farm Progress Show

Bern Tobin working hard at the Farm Progress Show in Boone, Iowa.

The largest outdoor farm equipment show in the U.S. — the Farm Progress Show — took place Tuesday and Wednesday in Boone, Iowa (Day 3 was cancelled due to rain and lightning risk.)

Among the thousands of visitors was RealAg’s Bern Tobin.

In the fourth episode of the Kickin’ Tires machinery podcast, Bern and Kelvin (filling in for Shaun and Jim) discuss the American media’s perspective on Tim Hortons, whether lower commodity prices are impacting equipment sales and the opportunities with “big data.”

Enjoy! And watch for more reports from the Farm Progress Show.

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Related: Kickin’ Tires — Ep. 3: The Value of Cab Comfort

 

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