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Exeter Combine Clinic will help producers maintain machines

Exeter Combine Clinic will help producers maintain machines

Huron Tractor in Exeter is offering cash-croppers an opportunity to learn from a team of highly trained specialists.

Combine Clinics on June 20 and 21 will feature guest speaker Lois Sinclair, Regional Program Lead with Ontario Soil and Crop, discussing the Canadian Ag Partnership program.

Lunch will be provided along with special promotions on used John Deere combines, parts, special deals on Honda & Stihl equipment, and attendees are encouraged to enter a draw each day for a free Huron Tractor Combine Annual Service Inspection.

The agenda will include:

  • Settings, calibrations and adjustments
  • Key maintenance areas
  • John Deere integrated solutions updates
  • Crary air reels, wind systems, cutting systems

“We are passionate about providing our customers top quality equipment and service,” said Huron Tractor’s General Manager – Product Support, Leon Cormier yesterday.

“We go above and beyond to provide support beyond the sale and are excited to help our customers maintain their machines and stay informed of the latest agriculture trends and innovations.”

Registration is not required for the clinics, which run from 9:30 am to 2:30 pm on both days. For more information, visit www.hurontractor.com/2018-combineclinic or call 519-235-1115

 


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