Premium Ag Solutions President Beau Jacobson says there a lot of unanswered questions. “There’s land changing hands and they’re trying to decide to what will be most profitable; there’s a lot of decisions left to be made.” Jacobson, who is based at Hitterdal, Minnesota, is seeing steady demand for data management and variable rate prescriptions. Demand has picked up for planter technologies, like Precision Planting. “Precision (Planting) was quiet throughout the winter, but the last 30 days have been unreal. It has probably been the best March we’ve had. Guys are just getting planters out of the sheds and they’re making improvements and trying to gain some efficiencies.” Premium Ag Solutions is hosting a planter clinic on April 11.
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