Harvesting profits in the irrigation market

Agricultural commodities saw prices soar to record levels in mid-2008. In response, cash-flush farmers began feverishly investing in new capital equipment – including the replacement of 15-year-old to 20-year-old irrigation gear – which resulted in a dramatic revenue boost for irrigation equipment c...

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