Kickin’ Tires — Ep. 5: Dealer Consolidation, Who Owns Data, Harvest Fires & Buried Axles

Your Kickin’ Tires hosts Shaun Haney and Jim Hale have licked their wounds and tended to their bruised egos, after being bumped last episode, and are back with a harvest-themed podcast sure to delight.

From combine fires and stuck trucks, to power line safety, to the pros and cons of dealer consolidation, Shaun and Jim cover a whole lot of ground in this podcast, largely because Jim isn’t — given that harvest is stuttering to a finish in Western Canada.

Also, listeners may want to hang on to the end, where Jim and Shaun discuss precision ag, and, more importantly, who owns data collected and analyzed by a private company? Interesting stuff. Have a listen!

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