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AG DAY 2018
KDA Partners with Implement Dealer to Address Workforce Needs The Kansas Department of Agriculture and Carl’s Sales and Service, Inc. of Thayer hosted 21 high school agriculture students from four southeast Kansas schools at a hands-on dealership experience. The Nov. 6 event was coordinated in an effort to introduce students to careers within the agricultural mechanics pathway and farm equipment dealerships. Schools attending the event included: Altoona-Midway High School, Cherryvale Middle-High School, Independence High School and Yates Center High School. Students heard remarks from Cindy Stiles and Randy Studebaker of Carl’s Sales and Service, Inc. and toured the facilities. They also learned about post-secondary education opportunities at Pratt Community College in a presentation from Ralph Williams, Instructor of Agriculture Power. Upon completion of the tour and presentation, attendees rotated through four hands-on experience stations where they were asked to “find, fix, drive and sell.” Under the supervision of dealership employees, students used the computer software to locate various parts in the storefront. They disassembled and rebuilt hydraulic cylinders in the maintenance shop. All the students in attendance drove a Case IH Maxxum 150 Tractor. Lastly, students sold a Case IH 35A Tractor in a customer simulation by the teachers in attendance.
Landon Ewing, a senior from Independence High School, said, “Many people don’t realize the opportunities there are in agricultural mechanics and this day helped us to understand just how many jobs there are in both agriculture and mechanics. It was an awesome experience!” The event was developed in response to the Agriculture Workforce Needs Assessment Survey conducted in 2015 which indicated that approximately 40 percent of Kansas job openings in agriculture were in agricultural mechanics. “We are very pleased with the enthusiasm from these students,” said Trenton Smedley, a KDA student intern who coordinated the program. “These events provide visibility and awareness about the need for growth in the technical workforce in the state of Kansas.” “My students enjoyed working firsthand with those who are employed in the agricultural mechanics field,” said Katelyn Meiwes, agriculture educator at Altoona-Midway High School, “Their eyes were opened to the diversity of careers and opportunities within this industry.”
Behind the Parts Counter FFA members experience hometown dealerships from a new perspective Increasing demand for agricultural mechanics and a shortage of skilled employees willing to live and work in rural areas continues to plague small-town equipment dealerships. Carl’s Sales and Service in Thayer, Kansas, hosted regional FFA chapters in a new Kansas Department of Agriculture initiative to educate mechanically minded FFA members on workforce opportunities available in their own backyards. Created by Kansas State University junior Trenton Smedley, the Agricultural Equipment Dealer Experience takes students behind the scenes for a hands-on encounter with equipment dealers, salesmen, parts managers and mechanics.
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“When we started this we knew we wanted it to benefit hometown dealerships and we saw a need for an initiative like this one to involve FFA members,” Smedley said. “We decided my hometown dealer was a perfect place to start and they’ve been great to work with in planning this event.” Students involved in the experience completed rotating stations in sales and customer service simulations, equipment maintenance and tractor driving. Four area FFA chapters participated including: Yates Center, Altoona-Midway, Independence and Cherryvale.
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Representatives from area technical school were on hand to talk about education options in the field of agricultural mechanics and students had opportunities to interact with customers. The dealer experience was created to build a framework dealerships can follow to engage students interested in local workforce opportunities and fill critical positions within farming communities. KDA is investigating expanding Agriculture Equipment Dealership Experiences as an opportunity for students and dealers across the state.
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Inspect and Protect Sales Event

Hardworking Fluid for Hardworking Machines

Give your operation the boost it needs this harvest with genuine parts and service solutions from your Case IH dealer. You know your fields better than anyone. Make sure your Case IH equipment is ready to work when you are. Don't miss out on reward cards, instant rebates, special financing, trade in offers, upgrade offer, service bundle offers, and more during the Harvest Readiness Sales Event.

  • 90-Days No Interest Financing-Special financing available when you use the CNH industrial Capital Productivity Plus Account- offer valid on qualifying purchases of $750 or more.
  • $1,500 off AFS Electric Steering & Receiver Bundle. Get a $1,500 instant rebate on a 1-year AFS ElectricStreer electric steering system and AccuStar receiver bundle when you schedule a machine inspection with your Case IH dealer.
  • $300 off AFS RTK Service. Get a $300 instant rebate on a 1-year AFS RTK service plan when you schedule a machine inspection with your Case IH dealer.
  • $50 Reward Card. Earn a $50 reward card on a $500 purchase of any combination of genuine Case IH lubricants, coolants, filters, and Fleetguard all makes filter.
  • 6 Extra Months of Parts Warranty Protection. A 6-month extended parts warranty is available with an existing 6-month warranty on new and remanuactured parts when installed by a Case IH dealer





Only Case IH lubricants are made and tested to perform under the toughest conditions, providing superior protection throughout the service interval. This engineering design applies to Tier 4 engines technology and legacy models-- so you only need one set of lubricants for all your equipment. Look for:

  • Unitek No. 1 Engine Oil (Synthetic)
  • No. 1 Engine Oil
  • Hy-Tran Ultraction Hydraulic/Transmission Fluid
  • ActiFull OT Extended-Life Coolant

Case IH lubricants are engineered specifcally for CaseIH machines. Learn more at




Case IH filters are made with MicroLoc, a multi-layer, gradient-density synthetic media that outperforms competitive cellulose and paper media 2-to-1 -- delivering up to 89.8%** more fine-particle protection than will-fit. Look for:

  • Air filters
  • Lube filters
  • Fuel filters
  • Hydraulic filters

Case IH filters perform when the others can't. See why at

** Calculated comparing a CNH Industrial 15-micron competitive lube filter (99.1% vs 52.2% efficiency)