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Farmers say the right to repair should be a top priority for all farmers

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Farmers say the right to repair should be a top priority for all farmers

Nebraska farmers say that repair rights should be a priority for all producers, as the cost of repairing farm equipment is increasing “astronomically”.

Doug Bartek tells Brownfield that companies have their own technology and the cost of replacing it is unfairly passed on to farmers. “After all, it feels like Deere and Case IH. These big guys still have the final card and can only go this far. That’s it.”

Bartek says there is no easy solution. “I don’t know. You have to give and take somewhere, but these companies are very worried about their shareholders and shareholders. Who feeds everyone at the end of the day?”

Bartek, a board member of the Nebraska Soybean Association, states that repair rights are a priority for their organization this year.

Brownfield interviewed Bartec at a joint luncheon between the Nebraska Soybean Association and the Nebraska Corn Growers Association.



Farmers say the right to repair should be a top priority for all farmers

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