Posted by Nice on January 24, 2013 at 05:25:24 from (220.127.116.11):
Heres a should it have been (be) built: Why can"t John Deere produce a combine for a guy with less than 2500 acres? Most farms around here (WC Indiana) are 1000 acres if not less. With todays grain prices a father/son operation can make an upper middle class living on 900 acres. I farm some myself so I can run the numbers, trust me. So when will John Deere realize that doubling the size of combines every 10 years simply results in selling half as many 10 years later? Surely John Deere sees the short-sightedness in their current marketing and production. They set the industry standard, and there is very little competition, they can nearly choose to build what they want. And right now every combine they sell is a tool for 1/3 of their customers to try and eliminate 2/3 of their other longtime core customers.
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