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Apr, 18 2016 - by Preston Poots

Training gears up as spring planting winds down!

The spring season is upon us and many of you are busy preparing for a safe and efficient planting season. While our customers and dealers are preparing for field work, the Ag Leader training team is preparing training materials and will host another training season starting in June.

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Apr, 12 2016 - by Sam Worley

Part 1: How OptRx can make you money!

In this blog, I will introduce Bill Copeland of Precision Ag Services - an Ag Leader dealer in Wauseon, Ohio. This guest blog will discuss Bill's experience with the Ag Leader OptRx® crop sensors and nitrogen management. Bill is no stranger to crop nitogen needs and has used numerous methods throughout the years. Here are his findings:

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Mar, 29 2016 - by Drew Johnston

New Employee Bundle Wrap-up

 As we close the chapter on another successful training season, we reflect on what happened over this past winter. A lot of students came eager to learn and a lot left with a binder full of knowledge.

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Mar, 10 2016 - by Jenna Royer

AgFiniti® Expands To Give Growers Enhanced Data Accessibility and Convenience

Ames, Iowa, March 10, 2016 - Today, Ag Leader Technology, a leader in precision farming hardware and software solutions, announced the AgFiniti® cloud-based platform is expanding to make data more accessible and convenient to use for decision-making. With enhanced tools, growers can effortlessly connect their entire operation with instant access to maps, reports and more, using any mobile device, from anywhere.

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Mar, 07 2016 - by Drew Johnston

Training Clinic Recap

As the training season comes to a close, it is time to reflect on what happened over the past 3 months. Numerous dealers visited Ames to sharpen their skills for the upcoming planting season. With the growing demand for not just entry level training but also higher level review training, two clinics were implemented into the training schedule.

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Feb, 25 2016 - by Paul Rose

Hangin’ On

I took the opportunity last week to travel to the north of England and visit a contractor who has now been running a Sands Horizon sprayer fitted with an Ag Leader® Integra and DirectCommand™ ISOBUS liquid control for about a year now. My intention was to talk to him about his experience with Ag Leader over the last year but if I were to be completely honest, the conversation went way beyond just Ag Leader!

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Feb, 22 2016 - by Jessica Ahrens

Be more efficient this year with Spring Customer Training

Spring is quickly approaching, which means it's time to be thinking about what prep work can be done while the weather is still chilly to make the busy planting season less stressful. 

Is your display ready to use? Do you have your field names, boundaries, guidance patterns and prescriptions ready? Have you created a new season in the display? How do you build a planting configuration?

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Feb, 11 2016 - by Ag Leader

Ag Leader Support Is Here for You this Spring

This spring, Ag Leader Technical Support is gearing up to provide you with the best technical support experience. Ongoing training, staff additions and programs aimed to streamline support process are occurring in the office ahead of the busy season.

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Feb, 08 2016 - by Preston Poots

Not Too Late For Winter Software Training Sessions!

The training season has been off to a great start here at Ag Leader! Half of the training season is completed, though you do not need to worry if you haven't been because we still have several training sessions left to offer. Customers and dealers alike are welcome to attend any of the SMS™ Basic and SMS™ Advanced trainings. If you are new to SMS or have been running the software for several years, these two training sessions will equip you with the skills and knowledge to better prepare yourself to operate the software.

The SMS Basic training covers all the basic functionality in the software. Reading in data from a field display, printing maps and reports, managing data in the management tree, building basic prescriptions and exporting are the main training topics.

The SMS Advanced training focuses on the batch command tool and the analysis tools that SMS Advanced software has to offer. The training utilizes soil sampling data for importing and building recommendations using the equation writing tool.

If you are interested in any of the trainings, please visit our website. Here you can enroll and pay online for classes in Ames, or any of our traveling locations. Hurry and reserve your seat today!


http://www.agleader.com/support/training-and-resources/classroom-training/

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