Ag Info Tech, LLC. in Mount Vernon, Ohio, was named Precision Farming Dealer’s Most Valuable Dealership for 2015.
Precision Farming Dealer Magazine held its Third Annual Precision Awards program to honor the top North American Dealer. More than 60 dealerships across North America and Canada were nominated for the award. The dealerships were nominated by their customers, precision equipment suppliers, peers or their own employees. The applicants were evaluated by an independent panel of judges.
“They offer a complete and diverse precision package to customers,” said the judges when evaluating Ag Info Tech.“ I really liked their data management system, AgriVault, and the fact that they are expanding and offering it to other dealers.”
Ag Info Tech, LLC. is an independent Precision Ag company owned 50% by Tim Norris of Gambier and 50% by Town & Country Co-op in Ashland, Ohio. Ag Info Tech, LLC. serves over 600 growers in the eastern 2/3rds of Ohio and western Pennsylvania.
“I am extremely proud of the team we have at Ag Info Tech and all of the contributions they have made toward helping us achieve this great honor,” said Tim Norris co-owner and CEO of Ag Info Tech, LLC. Ag Info Tech received a plaque to commemorate the award as well as a 10-page article about the dealership in the Winter 2015 Issue of Precision Farming Dealer magazine. Precision Farming Dealer Magazine also filmed seven videos on site at the Ag Info Tech office at 1025 Harcourt Rd. to upload to youtube.
Ag Info Tech, LLC. offers a complete line of Precision Ag equipment. They retrofit their customer’s existing equipment with the latest Precision Ag technologies like automatic steering based off of GPS and automatic section and row shutoff based on where the implements have already applied product. Ag Info Tech’s customers use these technologies and more to increase their yields while reducing their impact on the environment by not over applying products and varying the rates as they go across the fields. This technology ensures that each area of the field receives the prescribed rate.